Morning all, I really am not here to distract from this forum,I find all of you very informative and have learned a great deal from visiting here. I am actually a member here as of last year(canman32) was my name,but I have lost my password to that name and have yet to reregister. I will soon.
Anyway,I live on the gulf coast (Crestview Florida) and have been thru many years of this stuff. I am too old to follow some of these models and maps you all bring up,although I do find them interesting and enjoy when you all talk about them and especially provide links to them.
I suppose what I am trying to say is sometimes a gut feeling is all you have,but even that gut feeling comes from experience from being thru this before. I by no means am saying I am always right,far from it actually. Its just that sometimes there are different ways to get to the same results.
My prediction is a long way from coming true,but I think it is coming closer and closer. It appears the time frame may be off,but I still feel TD 2 will be at the least a strong TD or a Cat 1 before it hits anywhere.
My earlier prediction ...............................
"If it survives thru Friday,I believe a strong tropical system,or maybe even a cat 1 Hurricane will be in the GOM this weekend.
Alabama/MIss could be in for a very wet beginning of next week.
Of course I have no explanation for this,just a gut feeling."
Thanks again for all the interesting reading and links,even an old fool like me can learn fsome of this new stuff.
I mostly read on here so please dont take my postings the wrong way,I only participate when I feel something may be coming close to my area,and wont be bothering you with anything other than my thoughts on potential storms.
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Hope you all have a good day and will be back this evening to see what we have in the gulf.
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