|Visible satellite image from 8:15am EDT. I added a red L to help locate the center of the disorganized disturbance. (NRLMRY)|
|Tracks from the 06Z model runs... the first four are global models and the last four are regional hurricane models. (U.Albany)|
Of historical note, today is the 7-year anniversary of Hurricane Dean's landfall on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula. Dean hit near Chetumal with sustained winds estimated at 170+ mph. It remains the strongest landfalling hurricane in the Atlantic since Andrew hit south Florida in 1992.
|Enhanced infrared satellite image of Hurricane Dean making landfall during the early morning hours of August 21, 2007. (NRLMRY)|
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