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k___g
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Loc: Orlando
Re: Will it survive Hispanola?
      #9785 - Fri Aug 22 2003 08:56 PM

looks pretty symmetrical.......looks as if there is decent outflow in all quadrants.........looks to have a definite circulation a bit to the SW of the main CDO.......looks can be deceiving...........however..............

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met
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Re: Will it survive Hispanola?
      #9786 - Fri Aug 22 2003 09:08 PM

looking better every hour, i think it is better formed than anytime today.

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Recon
      #9788 - Fri Aug 22 2003 09:23 PM

Does anyone know when the recon is gonna be out there?

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squirralee
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Reged: Wed
Posts: 80
Loc: Mims, Florida
Re: Some points:
      #9789 - Fri Aug 22 2003 09:37 PM

Hey Hank P want to send me some of that left over CROWN...I have been gone ALL DAY and just caught up on all the posts...I think that I am now cross eyed...lol

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Steve H.
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Re: Some points:
      #9791 - Fri Aug 22 2003 09:48 PM

May have to agree with you there HankF, this may reform north of the island. The suspected LLCC that was the spin crossing 70W kinda just disappeared! Maybe got subsumed to the convective ball. Seems there is evidence of stronger wrapping under the area of strong convection heading NNW???

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squirralee
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Reged: Wed
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Loc: Mims, Florida
Re: Some points:
      #9792 - Fri Aug 22 2003 09:52 PM

Steve H.

I just looked at this "open wave" and it looks NNW to me as well.


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57497479
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Reged: Sun
Posts: 414
Loc: W. Central Florida
Re: Some points:
      #9794 - Fri Aug 22 2003 10:11 PM

Same here, takes a while to read all the posts. Been a busy place around here today. Our WAVE/TD looks good tonight. Could not watch loops today so can't compare. Given a little more time, I believe it will soon get it's act together. Welcome back Coop!

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It pays no attention to criticism

My 2003 Hurricane guess 13-9-3


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BillD
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Reged: Wed
Posts: 396
Loc: Miami
Re: Some points:
      #9805 - Fri Aug 22 2003 11:52 PM

I'm with SteveH and HankF, I think its trying to reform now, and will likely not succeed until it gets north of land (Hispaniola) then who knows, anything is possible at this point. And it has those of us in South Florida very nervous, especially considering that this Sunday is A-Day.

Bill


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javlin
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Reged: Wed
Posts: 410
Loc: Biloxi,MS
Re:It's Stationary If anything slight WNW
      #9811 - Sat Aug 23 2003 12:11 AM

Go to the goes vis it goes to bl.and wh.If red at night.I said earlier today this thing is not moving much at all.It did take a little jog to the N maybe 50 miles.I do not believe it will cross land.Air is a fluid you start to spin it it becomes more solid.The forward momentum has to be enough to overcome it.I still believe that it will bounce of the mainland there.This will depend on how far to the surface the low is.If anyone remembers Danny that went into Mobile and got locked will remember how it bounce off land all the way in.In a way it's physics collison of masses.

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