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wxman007
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Re: Ivan [Re: Unregistered User]
      #25996 - Sun Sep 12 2004 05:03 PM

Quote:

CHECK OUT WJHG.COM
PANAMA CITY, FL

RADAR ON RIGHT....VIPIR.. NEW?




Yep...

That is what I have been working on all weekend....LOTS more coming..

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spook
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Re: From the endzone... [Re: Terra]
      #25997 - Sun Sep 12 2004 05:04 PM

No 5pm discussion,maybe they do not know what to say?

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St. David
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Re: Ivan [Re: wxman007]
      #25998 - Sun Sep 12 2004 05:05 PM

Walter Mastre calling for an evacuation from New Orleans within the next 24 hours! New Orleans will be gone if this storm hits! We will be 30 foot under water!

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LI Phil
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Re: Ivan [Re: wxman007]
      #26000 - Sun Sep 12 2004 05:06 PM

I urge anyone who has not already done so to read the 5:00 discussion, written by Stacy Stewart. Why can't he just write them all?

Jason, great work on the VIPIR!

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MrSpock
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Re: Ivan [Re: MrSpock]
      #26001 - Sun Sep 12 2004 05:07 PM

New discussion just out, their take seems to be similar on the trough-honestly, I typed it before I read it! lol

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HMY
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Re: Ivan [Re: St. David]
      #26002 - Sun Sep 12 2004 05:07 PM

Florida, Louisiana, Mexico. Nobody knows where Ivan is going. All they know is he's got to go somewhere!!!

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LI Phil
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NEW THREAD! [Re: MrSpock]
      #26003 - Sun Sep 12 2004 05:07 PM

Another new thread is up...let's all head over there.

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Sadie
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Re: From Thomas as of Midday Today [Re: WXMAN RICHIE]
      #26004 - Sun Sep 12 2004 05:08 PM

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BUT looking at the latest water vapor satellite image I see a slight weakening of the large Bermuda high pressure ridge and a strengthening and southward digging of the 500 mb shortwave in the vicinity of SE Texas/SW Louisiana. I think this trend will continue, with forecast models and the NHC official track coming back towards the east with time.

There is still a good "chance" for a further east landfall in the vicinity of Cedar Key with some damaging storm surge in the shallow estuary of Tampa Bay and northward along the Nature Coast.




I'm a greenie at this, a real greenie, but I am seeing the same thing. In the interest of my education, I'd sure like to hear more discussion of this scenario.

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Colleen A.
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Movement [Re: Terra]
      #26005 - Sun Sep 12 2004 05:09 PM

Terra, I think they will wait and see if this is jog to the nw or a trend; since it just started doing it, they'll wait and see if it keeps up before changing the storm's direction.

LoisCane; everyone on these boards have been talking about hurricanes for the last month, nonstop. I don't think it hurts anyone to report a score here or there to lighten up what for many people is a very heavy and tiresome burden. Everyone needs a little break. Doesn't mean we aren't watching the storm, it just means that there are other things going on BESIDES Ivan. If the mods want to remove the comments, they will. I think everyone is just a little edgy.

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mijk55
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Re: Ivan [Re: St. David]
      #26006 - Sun Sep 12 2004 05:09 PM

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Walter Mastre calling for an evacuation from New Orleans within the next 24 hours! New Orleans will be gone if this storm hits! We will be 30 foot under water!




WHAT? where'd you hear this?
I really hope Ivan stays away: EVERYONE look at this (really scary): http://americanradioworks.publicradio.org/features/wetlands/hurricane1.html


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St. David
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Re: Ivan [Re: mijk55]
      #26010 - Sun Sep 12 2004 05:18 PM

it was reported on wwl.

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waatcher
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Re: Ivan [Re: St. David]
      #26024 - Sun Sep 12 2004 05:40 PM

where on wwl??
they are running rebroadcats now and i didnt see it in the noon


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LI Phil
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GUYS, NEW THREAD! [Re: waatcher]
      #26026 - Sun Sep 12 2004 05:42 PM

Mike posted a new thread about 40 minutes ago...

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kelcot
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Re: Ivan Misses a Direct hit on the Caymans to the South [Re: LI Phil]
      #26041 - Sun Sep 12 2004 06:01 PM

Quote:

>>> I wonder what a screw feels like when it's flying at you at 130mph.....?

So, you're saying there are a few screws loose in PCB?




They are doing a ton of construction on the strip. They're tairing down all of the old hotels and resturaunts to put up condo highrises. There is construction debris everywehre down there! Not to mention screws....I got one in the sidewall of my tire driving down there.

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