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Art Vandolay
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Watching TS Fred, a Low Off North Carolina, and a Small Wave in the Mid-Atlantic
      #86909 - Wed Sep 09 2009 09:44 PM

Hello everyone, new to the site and appreciate all the sound information found here. Can anyone ever recall a storm following the path that Fred has taken since the advent of satellite technology.

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Storm Tracks Similar to Fred in the Satellite Era [Re: Art Vandolay]
      #86910 - Wed Sep 09 2009 10:30 PM

Some of these were close:
TS Florence 1964
TS Cindy 1987
TS #6 1988
TS Ernesto 1994
Hurr Noel 1995
Hurr Ivan 1998
Hurr Danielle 2004


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Re: Storm Tracks Similar to Fred in the Satellite Era [Re: Ed Dunham]
      #86911 - Thu Sep 10 2009 07:39 AM

Clark has a web page that generates analog maps to a storm's current position. It can be found here:

Analog Map for Fred (current map):

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Ed in Va
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Re: Storm Tracks Similar to Fred in the Satellite Era [Re: danielw]
      #86913 - Thu Sep 10 2009 11:03 AM

This is jumpy, but it looks like there is possiblly some organizing going on with the low off Delmarva The convection has also increased.

Survived Carol and Edna '54 in Maine. Guess this kind of dates me!

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