Storm Hunter
(Veteran Storm Chaser)
Sat Nov 08 2008 12:33 AM
Re: Hurricane Paloma Approaches Grand Cayman

like reading stewarts discussion tonight in the 10pm adv. pkg. You can tell he looks at the whole picture and lays out his thinking and what he see's in the models.... and explains it well....I notice now that a part of SE Florida in now in the 5-day cone... that's if the storm is still around by then.... and i think its going to very hard to see a defined low, based on the forecasted upper level winds Paloma will see starting tomorrow. Its very intersting to see a major cane this late in the seaon, especially a storm that is really small and compact such as Paloma. Have to say i don't remember off the top of my head how many times has eastern Cuba been hit a tropical system in one year. I know this year, they taken a beating down there, especially in that say general area!

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