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Rasvar
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Re: Morning
      #4016 - Thu Sep 19 2002 10:16 AM

Brett, I think that anyone calling an all clear is not doing their job. My advice, just keep watching, just in case.

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Jim


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Re: Morning
      #4017 - Thu Sep 19 2002 10:21 AM

Page 13 I have one word for that " WOW "

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Re: Somethings cooking!
      #4018 - Thu Sep 19 2002 10:22 AM

Any ideas on the "new" News Headline John??

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PaulyAce2002
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Reged: Thu
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Loc: Largo, Florida, United States
Re: Somethings cooking!
      #4019 - Thu Sep 19 2002 10:28 AM

Another first-time poster here..

I'm guessing the new headline will have something to do with HURRICANE Isidore.

Going to be real interested in what Tampa's odds are now with the increase of forward speed...


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Re: Somethings cooking!
      #4020 - Thu Sep 19 2002 10:30 AM

Andy, the sun and heating of the day isnt a contribute to strengthning of a system. Alot think that but its not true. Tropical system like the high increase in humidity during the night time hours and higher duew points. Usually convection decreases in the afternoon hours. Doesnt mean though this or any system cant get stronger during the day but just generally heating of the day and sun doesnt casue strengthning, Ill udate more moreon this system early this afternoon, looks like my Cuba landfall of near 81-82W might be just a tad to the right asa general movement to the W last night took place interacting with the Ridge to its N.
scottsvb


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andy1tom
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Reged: Wed
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Re: Somethings cooking!
      #4021 - Thu Sep 19 2002 10:49 AM

Scott, not to be disagreeing but wouldn't the increase in temp. cause more storms to flare up on the outside of the system and then be sucked into the rotating bands. not a met. but to me that seems logical. of course that doesn't mean it true.

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Cocoa Beach
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      #4022 - Thu Sep 19 2002 10:53 AM

I agree Bret,
Joe B and all of his models still show it very close to Florida.
I haven't seen any models yet that take it into TX or LA.
The next two days will be a real bear.


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jlauderdal
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Reged: Tue
Posts: 97
Loc: Fort Lauderdale, FLorida
Re: Somethings cooking!
      #4023 - Thu Sep 19 2002 10:53 AM

Tropical systems get their energy from the heat found in ocean water. That is why you need 80+ for a tropical system along with all the other factors that need to be conducive for development. Tropical systems are not like your typical afternoon thunderstorms in florida that draw their energy form not only mopisture in the atmosphere but the heating also.

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doug
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Reged: Mon
Posts: 944
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Re: Somethings cooking!
      #4024 - Thu Sep 19 2002 10:58 AM

Folks, I heard an absolutely outrageous interview on WWBA in the Tampa area this morning with a "spokesperson) for the NHC who, unintentionally I think< left the impression that the Tampa region would escape with only fringes....from her mouth to God's ear...we could only want to be so fortunate...BUT (and that is a BIG BUT)...we may not be so fortunate...and i don't like what the current model trends are OR the satellite images project...
Isadore is forming an eye...could be a wobble but movement is more north than west..if it straight lined now across Cuba on its path as seen in the last pics. it crosses Cuba east of the Isle of youth...three of the models ( only AVN differs really) project an east of 85w solution in the Monday/Tuesday time frame...some keep it just off shore some into panhandle...
in any event anybody saying all clear on this potential Cat3 is nuts!.

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doug


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tom5r
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Reged: Mon
Posts: 49
Loc: Islamorada, Florida
Re: Somethings cooking!
      #4025 - Thu Sep 19 2002 11:02 AM

http://wwwghcc.msfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/post-goes

Nice eye wall forming


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tom5r
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Reged: Mon
Posts: 49
Loc: Islamorada, Florida
Re: Somethings cooking!
      #4027 - Thu Sep 19 2002 11:05 AM

darn, try this

http://wwwghcc.msfc.nasa.gov/GOES/goes8conus.html


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Hope this is correct
      #4028 - Thu Sep 19 2002 11:06 AM

This headline is on the Orlando Sentinels web page..

Isidore could become hurricane today, no threat to Florida

The Associated Press
Posted September 19, 2002, 8:08 AM EDT


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andy1tom
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Posts: 309
Loc: Callaway, Florida
Re: Somethings cooking!
      #4029 - Thu Sep 19 2002 11:07 AM

the new headline/forum is up

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