Wow, I didn't realize the water out there was warmer. I thought deeper = colder, so how come its warmer out there?
deeper does = cooler. I was talking about surface temp.
But to answer your question in the tropical Atlantic, intense sunlight warms the ocean. The Gulf Stream carries this warm water north along the U.S. East Coast and then toward Europe, before it transitions into the North Atlantic Current and heads north and east.
Last edited by Aguaholic; May 28, 2009 at 07:22 PM.
TD #1 has potential but she's moving away from the coast way to quickly. Plus we have that front that should be pushing through sometime tonight into tomorrow, which will push the TD well out into the Atlantic. Maybe it will bomb out in the North Atlantic though...Ireland anyone?