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Old 07-31-2020, 03:39 AM   #121
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PS -- Here are a variety of "Ensemble" model tracks, some of which include more of Florida:

https://www.weathernerds.org/tc_guid...html?tcid=AL09

For some maps, there is a "Loop" button to see things in action.
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Old 07-31-2020, 03:47 AM   #122
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It is the time of the year for more trains to be on the tracks:




https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/gtwo.php?basin=atlc&fdays=5
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Old 07-31-2020, 09:18 AM   #123
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Looks like the cone is creeping back towards the east coast of Florida compared to last night.
Whatever effect the Dominican Republic had on the storm is done. The Bahamas are low lying spits of land, so there won't be any reduction from them. Max sustained wind 75mph, barely a cat 1.
Moving NW at 16 mph.
Wait and see.
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Old 07-31-2020, 10:35 AM   #124
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Hurricane? What hurricane?
Here's the area with radar overlay.
The only rain bands I could find are a few showers over the Bahamas.
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Old 08-01-2020, 03:56 PM   #125
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Almost over?
Not if you're in Palm Beach, but then if you're in Palm Beach, you took the jet to your home in Jackson Hole.
TS Isaias, max wind 70.
The next storm marching across The Atlantic fell apart, so tropical depression 10 sits off the coast of Africa, but seems to be moving NW.
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Old 08-01-2020, 08:09 PM   #126
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Hunkered down. All i can really say is thank goodness for something normal happening in the world- a hurricane during hurricane season in Florida
Stay safe all.
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Good luck to all in Isaia's path. Looks like it's gonna be about the strength of Hanna that went in 45 miles South of us. My hope is that it weakens quickly and keeps moving so as not to dump too much rain in any one area.
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11PM advisory has it making landfall very near us as a 75 mph (barely) Cat 1 about 8PM tomorrow. If that holds we will be fine. The earlier advisory had it about 20 miles offshore as it passed. Still time for it to jog further inland or back out. The tracks typically move back and forth as the storm gets closer.

Trailer is in a metal storage facility 5 miles inland. I forget the wind rating but it is over 100 mph if I recall correctly.
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As of 5 AM, hurricane warning dropped, TS Warning in effect, predicted to pass by about 20 miles offshore. Still time for a landward wobble but looking like we dodged a bullet, or it dodged us.
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As of 5 AM, hurricane warning dropped, TS Warning in effect, predicted to pass by about 20 miles offshore. Still time for a landward wobble but looking like we dodged a bullet, or it dodged us.
I just looked at the 8 am cone and Isaias is downgraded to a TS.
The TD 10 off the coast of Africa went nowhere, and Invest 94 is predicted to loop to the right and never come close.
Jim Cantore is sad.
They'll be more, remember, Andrew was the first named storm of the year and occurred on August 24, 1992.
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11:15 am Radar.
Here in Tampa, it's partly cloudy with maybe a 10 mph breeze in the tree tops.
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