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#96L 's remnants now consolidating into a compact well-defined Low over the Bahamas. May head towards Bermuda eventually.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 37 (Michael) , Major: 37 (Michael) Florida - Any: 37 (Michael) Major: 37 (Michael)
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Re: eye?
      #3707 - Wed Sep 18 2002 03:14 AM

yes us got lucky front will go by high takes over nice week end southeast look out mexico

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Re: eye?
      #3708 - Wed Sep 18 2002 03:35 AM

trof behind first trof will pick it up, will be a major hurricane for fla.

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Re: eye?
      #3709 - Wed Sep 18 2002 04:09 AM

Ok, CI Numbers on Isidore are also up to 2.5 supporting a 35 knot / 40 mph Tropical Storm. CI Numbers on TD Eleven remain at 1.5, equating to a 30 mph Tropical Depression. Both these sets were issued at 0645 UTC today.

Isidore looks quite impressive on IR Imagery, but visible imagery will probably give a better picture of the storms structure. Interesting to see how the forecast track has been shifted east again, increasing the threat to Florida. However, some models show the system stalling over the SE GOM, which would mean the track could be anyones guess.

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      #3710 - Wed Sep 18 2002 06:00 AM

OK what happened last night while we were sleeping? Scott said that "IS" had been shifted back to the West and now Rich you are saying back to the East. I realize that it is all in the timing with the trough and the longer it sits down there the chances are that it will not get picked up. Has the computer models really had a chance to get a good fix on this system?


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