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nl
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Tropical Depression 13 Discussion
      #52242 - Mon Aug 29 2005 05:35 PM

yeah Katrina did start that way. and florida will probally get a TS or a labor day storm. im worried about people thinking the rest of us like nc,sc and fl think we are out of the woods the rest of this year and we are really not. i think everybody that hasnt got a storm yet will get one this yr or 2. we still got the central fl coast and the carolina coast that hasnt got one and even tx. so i hope people dont think we are out of the woods. well this is my last yr of these things in fl. im moving too buffalo ny next yr so time for snow forecasts lol im praying for all the states that are and will be effected by Katrina. my family is up in tn and im worried bout tornados spinning off. i also got family in all of the south and ny. god bless the american people.

Edited by Ed Dunham (Mon Aug 29 2005 06:52 PM)


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DebbiePSL
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Re: Tropical Depression 13 Discussion [Re: nl]
      #52246 - Mon Aug 29 2005 05:44 PM

I for one don't relax until Nov. or Dec. I was hit by Frances last year on Labor Day so I am holding my breath. I just got my house repaired from dealing with Frances and Jeanne 3 weeks apart and now it is on the market to be sold.(not because of storms but relocation) the last thing I want is another storm here but I do know it is a possibility and I am always here on this site monitoring

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B.C.Francis
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Next one ????? [Re: DebbiePSL]
      #52260 - Mon Aug 29 2005 06:36 PM

Check out the system way down in the Atlantic, chances are we`ll be tracking this one in a couple of days.....Fish spinner ?????.....Weatherchef............... web page

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Ed in Va
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Re: Next one ????? [Re: B.C.Francis]
      #52264 - Mon Aug 29 2005 07:14 PM

Not sure we're done with TD 13 yet:
http://orca.rsmas.miami.edu/wximages/jet/1_05/anis.html

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twizted sizter
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Re: Next one ????? [Re: Ed in Va]
      #52271 - Mon Aug 29 2005 07:49 PM

Shhhh...maybe it will go away...let's hope it only bothers the fishes!!!

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Marc Valdez
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Re: Next one ????? [Re: twizted sizter]
      #52583 - Tue Aug 30 2005 04:52 PM

I was looking at the last frame of this loop (https://www.fnmoc.navy.mil/CGI/PUBLIC/wx...;dtg=2005083012) which suggests development of two areas of storminess east of Florida early next week. The easternmost area of storminess is probably no threat - it'll probably head north - but the westernmost area is hard to read: it could go north - or west. Maybe I'm just fretting: tomorrow's forecasts will give better guidance.

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Ryan
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Former TD #13 [Re: Marc Valdez]
      #52651 - Tue Aug 30 2005 08:21 PM

models like GFDL show her being a fish spinnerand then last minuta making a turn dead eastward like it wants to come to the US, this concerns me although i still think it will be a fish spinner, also the wave behind 91L looks fairly organized, i think by the end of the week, we will have a named system wether it somes from Former TD13 or 91L or what i think will soo be 92L, probably from for TD#13 as it enters more favorable waters, hopefully it'll turn out to sea. We have our hands full already.

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LI Phil
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Re: Former TD #13 [Re: Ryan]
      #52652 - Tue Aug 30 2005 08:23 PM

>>> last minuta making a turn dead eastward like it wants to come to the US,

do you mean westward?

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Ryan
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Re: Former TD #13 [Re: LI Phil]
      #52655 - Tue Aug 30 2005 08:30 PM

sure do,thanks phil.

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