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BillD
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Loc: Miami 25.70N 80.29W
Starting the right hand turn?
      #10721 - Mon Sep 01 2003 10:32 PM

I think Fabian has started his right hand turn and he's right on schedule. We'll know more in the next couple of sat pix.

Bill


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St. David
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Re: the carribiane and the atlantic is getting alot of action.
      #10722 - Mon Sep 01 2003 10:32 PM

19.4N and 58.6W

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Mitch
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Loc: Merritt Island, FL
Re: Starting the right hand turn?
      #10724 - Mon Sep 01 2003 10:35 PM

agree...also check out this from the NHC...

The initial motion is 285/09. This general motion has been
maintained for more than 72 hours and should continue for at least
another 24 hours or so. Otherwise...there is no significant change
to the previous forecast track or reasoning. The global and GFDL
models have done an excellent job so far with Fabian...and the
official forecast track is just an extension of the previous track.


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Steve
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Loc: Metairie, LA 30.00N 90.14W
Bob 316...
      #10725 - Mon Sep 01 2003 10:38 PM

I don't know. I've been sanding hardwood floors for days and haven't had time to enjoy anything in the tropics except for a peek here and there.

On the IR and WV, you can see the turning underneath upper ridging providing very nice outflow. I would guess their might be a blowup of convection tomorrow if it follows today's trend. Also, best guess at future effects is somewhere between Gulfport and Apalachacola. Tough to say how intense it might get, but I think a TS could be in the cards for my peeps over in the Eastern Gulf.

Steve

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Storm Cooper
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Re: Bob 316...
      #10729 - Mon Sep 01 2003 11:33 PM

FYI, 95L Invest is out.

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LoisCane
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Loc: South Florida
can someone show some interest
      #10797 - Tue Sep 02 2003 07:54 PM

this is amazing

LOOK

http://weather.unisys.com/satellite/sat_wv_east_loop-12.html

look at it just blossom out and like HELLO show some respect

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