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Nothing Imminent
      Sat Sep 02 2006 07:19 AM

Other than a wave in the east atlantic (98L) there is not all that much to watch, flare ups in the west Caribbean, and two waves. Nothing is ready to develop right now, but we are nearing the historical peak of the hurricane season.

Things may change quickly, but the calm is welcome. Right now 98L has the best shot, so we'll conitnue to watch to see if this area persists over the next few days.

Yesterday was a trifecta of database issues, image server issues,and evnetually a dns servr failure that occured. Our DNS servers have changed so it may take a few hours for everyone to once again see flhurricane.com.

All issues were taken care of, sorry for the bit of downtime yesterday morning, and the "loss" of the site in the afternoon/evening due to a bad dns server.

Update to include model plots for new Invest 99L currently passing through the Leeward Islands.

Invest 99L

Current Caribbean Weather Observations

Sunday Update to add model plots for new Invest 90L in the far eastern Atlantic.

Invest 90L - Eastern Atlantic

98L (East Atlantic Wave):

Animated Skeetobite Model Plot
Animated Model Plot
SFWMD Model Plot
More model runs on from Jonathan Vigh's page
Visible Satellite Floater
IR
Animated Floater with overlays
More Satellite Images of Ernesto

Edited by Ed Dunham (Sun Sep 03 2006 09:37 AM)

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* Nothing Imminent MikeCAdministrator Sat Sep 02 2006 07:19 AM
. * * Re: Nothing Imminent cieldumort   Sun Sep 03 2006 11:29 AM
. * * Re: Nothing Imminent madmumbler   Sun Sep 03 2006 09:38 AM
. * * Re: Nothing Imminent cieldumort   Sun Sep 03 2006 02:06 AM
. * * Re: Nothing Imminent HanKFranK   Sun Sep 03 2006 12:56 AM
. * * Re: Nothing Imminent ElizabethH   Sat Sep 02 2006 06:48 PM
. * * Re: Nothing Imminent 7 Deadly Zins   Sat Sep 02 2006 06:43 PM
. * * Re: Nothing Imminent ElizabethH   Sat Sep 02 2006 06:35 PM
. * * Re: Nothing Imminent rmbjoe1954   Sat Sep 02 2006 06:24 PM
. * * Re: Nothing Imminent Bee-Beep   Sat Sep 02 2006 06:24 PM
. * * Re: Nothing Imminent HCW   Sat Sep 02 2006 06:03 PM
. * * Re: Nothing Imminent cieldumort   Sat Sep 02 2006 01:15 PM
. * * Re: Nothing Imminent HanKFranK   Sat Sep 02 2006 12:26 PM
. * * Re: Nothing Imminent allan   Sat Sep 02 2006 11:08 AM
. * * Re: Nothing Imminent inHISgrip   Sat Sep 02 2006 09:39 AM
. * * Re: Nothing Imminent Ed DunhamAdministrator   Sat Sep 02 2006 09:36 AM
. * * Re: Nothing Imminent dizzy9479   Sat Sep 02 2006 09:14 AM
. * * Re: Nothing Imminent Storm Cooper   Sat Sep 02 2006 08:32 AM
. * * Re: Nothing Imminent Lee-Delray   Sat Sep 02 2006 08:21 AM
. * * Re: Nothing Imminent inHISgrip   Sat Sep 02 2006 08:12 AM

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