Quote: since we seem to be taking a moment to stroke flhurricane.com and those who run and participate on it, I too want to thank you.
While I trust and follow the tracking/guidence/wisdom of the NHC without fail, because they've given me no reason to do otherwise, it is nice to see and read some of the technicalities involved in forecasting a storm.
I guess I'm a geek
There are some folks on here who seem a bit off base or just flat out over-the-top, but the majority seems reasonable and balanced.
Thank you for your forum, and if there is a place to make some sort of financial donation to off-set the costs of operation (hosting/bandwidth/etc...), please let me know and I would be happy to contribute.
All this waiting is making me nuts, but this site has made good time fill as well as filling the blah, blah, blah information you get on TV.
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-------------------- character has been defined as what we do when no one is looking
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