Quote: what phil said earlier about anons.. yeah, just add a name if you don't want to register. the moderator/admin guys can tell who you are, but nobody else here can. it's an accountability thing... when the board gets active the people who screw it up are usually unregistered anons, trying to piss everybody off. if people ID themselves it's unlikely john and mike in admin will pull the unregistered posting option in those times. sucks to cut people off, but the benefit is worth it. in the meanwhile it's up to the moderators to keep things from getting messy. playing nanny really sucks, so just add a name to your post and there's no problem at all. gotta respond to caneman.. it's way the hell out there, but that's a risky take, even for a gut feeling. that section of coastline dodges the bullet more than any other. have more to say later. HF 2150z25august
I've posted in other boards my concern is that Florida use to be visited by both minor and majors far more frequently than is has in the past 30 years and can't help to wonder if we're not getting back to that pattern. The 5:30 TWO looks mighty ominous. And furthers more and more models have trended left. What is the old saying - the trend is your friend? 5 day forecast has it at 20-60 and if that bears out, it would seem someone is apt to get hit with the type of ridge that is forecast to build in.
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