Tropical Storm Adrian is the first tropical storm of the 2011 Eastern Pacific Hurricane Season. I have been looking at the recent satellite loops, and it appears that this system may just be getting started. The outer convection is fizzling late this evening, but there is a big flare-up in activity near the center of circulation. The NHC discussion was very interesting this evening. They are now forecasting TS Adrian to become a hurricane late tomorrow. Although 94L’s chance of development in the Atlantic is low, I think activity will begin to increase over the next 2 weeks across the Western Atlantic. I have noticed that the activity in the Pacific and Atlantic basins often offset each other. What I mean is that when the Pacific is active, the Atlantic usually becomes more active in a week or two. I am not sure if there is scientific evidence supportive of this, but it is just an observation. Anyway, I thought I would post some links on TS Adrian for those of you who like to keep up with the weather in the Tropics.