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Re: Isidore Nears
      #5371 - Wed Sep 25 2002 10:06 PM

Are u all sure? Does this mean Pensacola could have hurricane force wind gust tonight an in the mornig or close to it?

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mbfly
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Re: Isidore Nears
      #5372 - Wed Sep 25 2002 10:10 PM

can't find anything official on the extention. nothing on the last TWC report, and haven't heard anything local either. Link to info ??

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Re: Isidore Nears
      #5373 - Wed Sep 25 2002 10:12 PM

yes i am in pensacola to looks like things change just like that

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Southern4sure
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Lyons says Izzy moving N/NNE
      #5374 - Wed Sep 25 2002 10:13 PM

Nothing else states that......anyone have any more info?

Southern


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Re: Isidore Nears
      #5375 - Wed Sep 25 2002 10:30 PM

Can you point me to the info on the new change in the hurricane watch area as well as the change in direction?? Have a skeptical husband who's "willing to bet". I believe!

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Re: Lyons says Izzy moving N/NNE
      #5376 - Wed Sep 25 2002 10:36 PM

so is pensacola in a better position to get strong winds now can someone tell me whats happening?

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troy2
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Re: Isidore Nears
      #5377 - Wed Sep 25 2002 10:36 PM

Still a lot of rainleft with Izzy. Has rained off and on In Brevard County FL and at UCF in Orlando most of the day. in the South part if Izzy will probably drag across Fl tonight and on Thursday.

Good luck everyone in the NOLA area. hope after the center moves throguh(or better yet before) it makes that NE turn it is suppose to. Get you guys in to that dry air that awaits after Izzy.

Troy (what a crappy time to be knee deep in studying, but I guess its better than knee deep in rain)


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greg-kfdmtv
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Isidore near landfall
      #5378 - Wed Sep 25 2002 10:37 PM

Isidore will be moving across the Grand Isle-Southwest Pass area in the next few hours. It is still moving almost directly north with no change in intensity....it will not be a hurricane.

Main effects will be torrential rain and tornado threat.

Greg Bostwick
Chief Meteorologist
KFDM-TV Beaumont, Texas


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HanKFranK
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izzy lili kyle
      #5379 - Wed Sep 25 2002 10:43 PM

isidore ought to be ashore in a few hours. pretty sure it wont make hurricane. putting down a lot of rain, pretty much it. a pretty big disparity with what was possible before it hit the yucatan.
lili is looking pretty bad again. you can only wonder if the center has finally opened up. deep convection is very much reduced from its previous extent.
kyle isnt going anywhere right now.. and it isnt going there quickly either.
HF 0244z26september


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Re: izzy lili kyle
      #5380 - Wed Sep 25 2002 10:45 PM

did i say pretty three times in three consecutive sentences.. im going crazy. pretty crazy.
HF 0248z26september


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Rick
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Re: gettin' ready
      #5381 - Wed Sep 25 2002 10:46 PM

"okay...I confess...i got ready...i bought some beer"

I hope you bought a bunch! I thought I was ready for anything back when Irene snuck up on us. Had to wade through chest-deep water to get re-stocked on beer and cigs
My g/f (who had just moved to Boynton Bch from Wisconsin) went with me. After we got home with the supplies, there was a report on the news about people getting electrocuted in the water.... snakes and alligators in the water... deadly diseases in the water... etc.
Luckily, the first aid kit was stocked and I didn't need to go after bandages for myself after she saw that report!


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Rick
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Re: izzy lili kyle
      #5382 - Wed Sep 25 2002 10:51 PM

"did i say pretty three times in three consecutive sentences.. im going crazy. pretty crazy"

Four, actually! Pretty weird, eh?


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Re: Let's talk about this GANG
      #5383 - Wed Sep 25 2002 11:56 PM

Bill,

I can see the SW movement here:

http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/PS/TROP/DATA/RT/float-ir4-loop.html



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Re: Let's talk about this GANG
      #5384 - Thu Sep 26 2002 12:20 AM

it almost looks like a southeast movement to me. Izzy looks like he is sitting on 90, to me. Does anyone else see that?

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BillD
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Re: Let's talk about this GANG
      #5385 - Thu Sep 26 2002 12:38 AM

This is similar to what I saw earlier, only even more pronounced. But its difficult to tell where the center really is under all that stuff.

Bill


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Re: Let's talk about this GANG
      #5386 - Thu Sep 26 2002 01:01 AM

In watching that loop likes like an eye is trying to form. You can also see it starting on water vapor loop. Kyle look good, such a pretty storm.

Lisa in NC


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cappycat
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From Izzy land....
      #5387 - Thu Sep 26 2002 01:21 AM

Lots of rain and wind, tornado warning up in Grand Isle and lower Lafourche parish. Blessedly, the only excitement we have had here on our place was when my dad's dog vanished during a potty trip. After a few minutes of seaching in torrential rain with flashlights, our wayward pooch was found. So now we are just waiting for landfall.

Stay dry and safe.


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cappycat
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Re: From Izzy land....
      #5388 - Thu Sep 26 2002 01:29 AM

as of 12:25 central 90.3 and 28.1 moving N at 13 mph.

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Re: From Izzy land....
      #5389 - Thu Sep 26 2002 01:37 AM

ahh who cares isadore is all hype, we dont care about the rainstorm from isadore, but total amounts of rain and tornados are important to mention though. People there need to just go to bed and listen to the wind, it will maybe reach 50 mph and branches down in the main squalls. Lily, well she is still a mess, I didnt even make any predictions yet on her cause there is nothing to perdicte unless she creates a outflow. Oh well, nothing to talk about in the tropics, just alot of rain squalls. scottsvb

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HanKFranK
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lotsa rain
      #5390 - Thu Sep 26 2002 02:03 AM

a few more hours for the new orleans area, then it's done. gonna be quite a bit i'd imagine, when the storm totals are out. winds are near gale force with 50mph gusts at the lakefront, per obs. also, noticed a buoy down at the coast (terrebonne bay?) has a 986mb pressure.. 1am cdt intermediate advisory has 987. whoops.
lili has a knack for persisting despite never getting organized. moving slowly now.. but will shear EVER let up? dont think it can take much more.
HF 0605z26september


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