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StormHound
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Re: satellite pics...
      #5351 - Wed Sep 25 2002 07:09 PM

Rick, I'm still expecting the Cat5 you predicted, so I guess Izzy will pick up intensity in a hurry!

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rickinmobile
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Re: satellite pics...
      #5352 - Wed Sep 25 2002 07:33 PM

well, so I was off slightly....WAY OFF!

we are fixin to get inundated with rain...pretty soon...looking at the satellite pics. Ya know...If izzy kicks toward us...I might experience some 100 mph winds...a lot of excitement..and no fatalities or anyone hurt...just the way I would want..
A SHIP LOCATED
NORTHEAST OF THE CENTER RECENTLY REPORTED SUSTAINED WINDS OF 64
MPH WITH A GUST TO 82 MPH.

but consider...sustained winds of 64 mph....another 12 hours to landfall...whatchya'll think?.....I would hate to minimize this thing...cause it seems to be like a pendulum. swings either way, huh?


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Re: satellite pics...
      #5353 - Wed Sep 25 2002 07:38 PM

Maybe it will get real active tonight here in Gulf Breeze near Pensacola. No school tomorrow. I think the winds will get real strong later to. Does anyone know hoe strong the winds may get in Pensacola. We are on the eastside of the storm. Please help me out someone id appreciate it. Plus we got about 10 inches of rain in my backyard today. more to come

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Re: Isidore Nears
      #5354 - Wed Sep 25 2002 07:45 PM

hey turkeyman we havent forgot you!! Go Dolphins!!

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Kevin
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Re: satellite pics...
      #5355 - Wed Sep 25 2002 08:10 PM

There is a chance that Isidore could reach min. hurricane strength before reaching the coast. There is currently some high-cloudiness wrapping around the western side of the circulation. All in all, I'd give Issy 35% chance of reaching 64 knots before or at landfall.

At 8 PM, Lili has 40 knots winds and she is now moving west at 6 knots. RECON is currently investigating her.

Watching TWC, heard anyone out on streets in NO is subject to arrest. I also heard people are trapped in their cars on I-10 and are being taken out to due to road flooding. Bad situation up there.

Around 5 PM today we got a squall here in Orlando, a tropical downpour and wind gusts to 30 knots accompanied it.

Kevin


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bsnyder
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Re: Kevin
      #5356 - Wed Sep 25 2002 08:13 PM

Kevin, just wanted to say GO BUCS!

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Rickinmobile
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Let's talk about this GANG
      #5357 - Wed Sep 25 2002 08:42 PM

I don't like the looks of this...kicking WEST...slightly...but worse..doesn't seem like it is moving north...

perceptions and thoughts...either eyewall is forming and a slight re-adjustment of the REAL center of circulation is evident as he re-emerges from the dead...OR...worse..he will STALL out there...well, since I am not one to get excited...no big whoop...

HOWEVER....

I SHORE DO HOPE THIS THING DON'T LINGER...

11 hours from landfall...all it has to do is slow down 50%...which...in the last few frames...duh...

what do you all think....need some experts here..don't like what I am seeing....


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WXMAN RICHIE
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      #5358 - Wed Sep 25 2002 08:54 PM

Hi All,

Just wanted to let you know to go to www.my-cast.com and set up your own personal radar. You can zoom it in to anywhere you want, even right over your house or business. It is very accurate and up to the second. I have mine zoomed in on the Louisiana coast tonight. Richie

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Re: Let's talk about this GANG
      #5359 - Wed Sep 25 2002 08:56 PM

I'm no expert, but I see what you see. I can't figure out what exactly is happening. On water vapor it almost looks like a SW wobble, might just be the center reforming. But I don't think he's headed N at 10 any more.

Bill


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BillD
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Re: Let's talk about this GANG
      #5360 - Wed Sep 25 2002 08:59 PM

Last post was me, thought I was logged in.

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Frank P
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Re: Let's talk about this GANG
      #5361 - Wed Sep 25 2002 09:05 PM

Rick, on the long range radar loop it appears to me the center is still on a mostly N track, say around maybe 5-10 degrees.... I would imagine on its present speed I don't think it has more than 6-8 hours left over water before it hits the LA coast on its present track.. unless of course it turns more to the NE, then it would have more water to work with....

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/radar/loop/DS.p20-r/si.klix.shtml

Don't see the west center reformation....



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Anonymous
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Re: Isidore Nears
      #5362 - Wed Sep 25 2002 09:15 PM

lions just said recon now has izzy moving n/e looks like he will not hit ala / fl look out

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Rickinmobile
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doesn't show the true picture.
      #5363 - Wed Sep 25 2002 09:16 PM

Dr Steve Lyons on the weather channel says this thing is heading towards Mobile Bay...appears to ME to be hesitating a little....

guess what...?.I looked at the satellite loops, and looked at that last link....not sure what the heck is going on...need input guys...I have done NOTHING to get ready for this.

where are the xperts when ya need them? where is everyone?.


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Rick
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Re: doesn't show the true picture.
      #5364 - Wed Sep 25 2002 09:30 PM

You've done nothing to get ready?

Don't take it personal, but seeing as how you had all the info anyone could ever want but took no action, makes you worse than all the blissfully ignorant fools that just moved to the coast. Can you say "Darwin Award Nominee"?

But, actually, I think you're just trolling!



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Re: doesn't show the true picture.
      #5365 - Wed Sep 25 2002 09:31 PM

FORGETABOUTIT, Aint nothing but a big ole rainmaker , ....GOODNIGHT IZZY !!

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Rickinmobile
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gettin' ready
      #5366 - Wed Sep 25 2002 09:32 PM

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

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Anonymous
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Re: gettin' ready
      #5367 - Wed Sep 25 2002 09:36 PM

I buy BEER everynight !!

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mbfly
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Re: gettin' ready
      #5368 - Wed Sep 25 2002 09:37 PM

huh. heard the same thing you did on TWC, but local newcasters haven't said a word about it. Do ya think ???

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Re: Isidore Nears
      #5369 - Wed Sep 25 2002 09:37 PM

izzy must turn and go n/e the dry air is coming in fast by noon on thur it will be nice on the coast

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Re: Isidore Nears
      #5370 - Wed Sep 25 2002 10:00 PM

9.30 hurr watch moved east izzy moving n/e at mobile

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