CFHC Talkback For News Story #147:
Newest Talkback: 10:11 AM 11-28 EDT

09:26 AM EST - 05 November 2000

The month of November will most likely remain quiet. Hurricane Season is winding down and will be over on November 30th. This year had quite a number of storms, but none that were very destructive.

We'll continue to watch until the end. Thanks for all the participation in the message boards. We hope to improve upon the site for next year, without compromising what works now.

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NRL Monterey Marine Meteorology Division Forecast Track of Active Systems (Good Forecast Track Graphic and Satellite Photos)
Crown Weather Services Tropical Update (Includes Map with multiple forecast model tracks)
Snonut's Hurricane Reports
Other commentary at: Mike Anderson's East Coast Tropical Weather Center - Stormwarn2000 - SCOTTSVB's Hurricane Update Center - Jim Williams' Hurricane City - Gary Gray's Millennium Weather - Even More on our Links Page
Satellite images at: [Visible] (visible -- Daytime Only) [Infrared] (infrared), and [Water Vapor] (water vapor)
Loops: Visible Loop - Infrared Loop - Water Vapor Loop
NASA GHCC Interactive Satellite images at:
[NAtl visible] (visible -- Daytime Only) [NAtl infrared] (infrared), and [NAtl water vapor] (water vapor)--Nasa source.
Defiant Visible Infrared More...
Ocean Surface Winds Derived from the SeaWinds Scatterometer (Experimental) Español -- Gran información sobre huracanes aquí.

Some Forecast models: (NGM, AVN, MRF, ECMWF, ETA)
DoD weather models (NOGAPS, AVN, MRF)

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Rosa (#1)
Posted by: Steve H.
Posted On 11:02PM 05-Nov-2000 with id (QURNQVSNRQSNTV*)

Might be interesting to see if Rosa takes her anticipated track and survives to move into the Bay of Campeche. Could happen if she strengthens as expected and moves briskly to the NE. Elsewhere, all is quiet. Cheers!!

crossover? (#2)
Posted by: HankFrank Location: Tally
Posted On 02:27PM 06-Nov-2000 with id (QRXNQXVNQRSNSW*)

a pacific-atlantic crossover is rare.. would be interesting, but i doubt rosa will make it over. too much land to cross, moving too slow, too weak, and the gulf is pretty hostile once whatever is left makes it there. one in twenty of being a named gulf storm, i give it.

silence (#3)
Posted by: HankFrank Location: Tallytown
Posted On 04:13AM 14-Nov-2000 with id (QRXNQXVNQRSNSW*)

its been almost a month since nadine burned out. not a lot going on, probably next summer before things liven up again. tough little wave nearing the islands, might be worth watching if that model-envisioned upper ridge develops across the northern caribbean.. but i wont believe that until i see it. no lennys or nicoles this year.

Seeing is Believing (#4)
Posted by: steve H.
Posted On 07:48AM 14-Nov-2000 with id (QSRNRRXNWPNQX*)

Agree Frank, I'll believe it when I see it. AVN/MRF still wanting to develop wave just off the northern coast of South America. If ridge develops maybe, but most are discounting this. Shower and T'storms do look impressive this a.m. though, but could suffer serious shear. If this doesn't make it, see y'all next summer. Cheers!!

West gulf, take a look (#5)
Posted by: Bill Location: TLH
Posted On 10:11AM 28-Nov-2000 with id (RPTNQQPNRQTNYT*)

See the pics, wassup?

Flaring in Carib too.




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