Quote: Wow some, like, ‘reverse wishcasting’ going on here.
Anywho… a little proviso on the NHC indicating the cyclone is a tad stronger, which sorta' goes against the waning satellite appearance :
...SHORTLY BEFORE 500 PM EST... 2200Z... DATA FROM AN AIR FORCE RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT INDICATED THAT MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS IN TROPICAL STORM GAMMA HAVE INCREASED AND ARE NOW NEAR 45 MPH.
EDIT: sheesh, margie (to post below)... a little anger there. Really, disallowing its namesake by technicality (note you are not absolutly positive that there is not a closed center) would not be good, as it is going to affect the warning area all the same.
No wishcasting is to say its going to Tampa when all Models and the NHC say something different.
Only the GFDL has it making it to Florida as a storm and im not sold on this storm.....When the Met on TV says that a squall Line coming down with a front Monday concerns him more i tend to go along with him since he has been good all season.
with the shear and the water temps and the broad center i don't see this doing much PER the other Models besides the gfdl and NOT wishcasting as that term is saved for the guys who yell Tampa when they have nothing to support it.
In this case we have stuff to support it.
Im not #1 trolling i was only talking to the person who said there was reverse wishcasting and i was not.
As for Mark no need to reply to the tampa post as its not coming here and trust me when a storm is heading this way i am always ready and i would not try and wish it away but this storm is so over done its insane.
I guess with all the flack they took over wilma they are not getting caught with there pants down but trust me when i say this is really not going to be a event for anyone besides some rain.
The weather patterns are not letting this go north and if it even makes it to miami ill be suprized.
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