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doug
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Re: Pressure gradient
      #8064 - Thu Jul 17 2003 01:14 PM

Tom:
that is an upper low, use the WV and you will see the spin.

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GOMF
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Re: Pressure gradient
      #8065 - Thu Jul 17 2003 02:07 PM

Wave is still "well-defined" per NHC, though its convection is completely disorganized at this time.

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MoparMitch
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Re: Pressure gradient
      #8066 - Thu Jul 17 2003 02:53 PM

Is it possible for the remnants of Claudette to cross into the Pacific and regenerate? I still see a spin, and she is heading towards warm waters again. Has this ever happened?

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teal61
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pacific waters
      #8067 - Thu Jul 17 2003 03:01 PM

The water is not very warm in that part of the pacific.

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hurrcanewatch
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Re: pacific waters
      #8068 - Thu Jul 17 2003 03:38 PM

Lower 70s for the waters but the air is to dry... Thats around san diego.

Edited by hurrcanewatch (Thu Jul 17 2003 03:38 PM)


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Steve
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Reged: Wed
Posts: 1063
Loc: Metairie, LA
LOL!
      #8069 - Thu Jul 17 2003 03:56 PM

It's flooding. Yeah, it's been a little more than 4 days since the last time. That make it 5 straight weeks. Lemme go see if I can get a camera shot of downtown.

Steve

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Steve
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Re: LOL!
      #8070 - Thu Jul 17 2003 04:40 PM Attachment (249 downloads)

5th Week Straight Flood!

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Steve
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Re: LOL!
      #8071 - Thu Jul 17 2003 04:40 PM Attachment (260 downloads)

#2

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Steve
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Re: LOL!
      #8072 - Thu Jul 17 2003 04:40 PM Attachment (265 downloads)

#3

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Steve
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Re: LOL!
      #8073 - Thu Jul 17 2003 04:41 PM Attachment (278 downloads)

#4

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Steve
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Re: LOL!
      #8074 - Thu Jul 17 2003 04:41 PM Attachment (256 downloads)

#5

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hurrcanewatch
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Tropical storm danny
      #8075 - Thu Jul 17 2003 04:53 PM

The latest from the NHC, is that it might not become a hurricane, because it will be most likely moving into cooler waters, with in the next 24 hours. Current winds is 65 mph with a pressure of 1009 millibars. Which is more of a pressure of a tropical depression.

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57497479
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Loc: W. Central Florida
Re: LOL!
      #8076 - Thu Jul 17 2003 06:16 PM

Thanks Steve for the pics. Do you drive or swim to work these days?

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It pays no attention to criticism

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Storm Cooper
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Re: LOL!
      #8077 - Thu Jul 17 2003 08:34 PM

Looking from my area, eastern Bay Co. is looking a little tornadic right now!!!! Mvt to Gulf Co. & waters.

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bobbi
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Re: Tropical Depression 5 Spins Up
      #8078 - Thu Jul 17 2003 09:43 PM

think its fallen a little ... not happy about that.. just has to hold together for another day or two..

say 36 hours..

lois cane lol


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bobbi
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wave in the Dead Zone
      #8079 - Fri Jul 18 2003 08:59 AM

has to just make it past here and before barbados should be fine...

real dead zone, very very dry air
imagine from dust storms... and other factors

other wave near barbados doing well


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cajun
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Look North West of Danny
      #8080 - Fri Jul 18 2003 09:44 AM

Does anyone else see that LLC northwest of Danny. Isn't that cool. I thought it could be UL but its not its one the surface. Probably could be classified.

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doug
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Re: Look North West of Danny
      #8081 - Fri Jul 18 2003 10:16 AM

I dont see what you see NW of Danny, the only tropical feature that far north is Danny...clearly there is a trough pushing eastward off the NE coast, and the cloudiness seen is associated with that.
The next tropical feature is the wave along 35-36W. the Invest 97L visible suggests a LLC at 9.8 and 36. Yesterday the NHC classifed this at 1014, but does not mention it today. It is not faltering; good signature and as it gets to about 50w or so could fire convection...be patient... EDS.

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cajun
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Re: Look North West of Danny
      #8082 - Fri Jul 18 2003 11:09 AM

Look on the NRL Visible. Look just to the northwest there is a break in the clouds and a low level circ is clearly visible.

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hurrcanewatch
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Re: Look North West of Danny
      #8083 - Fri Jul 18 2003 12:04 PM

Hey if theres a Low level cirulation it is something.

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