thanks.... Jara, I think that most of us who post on this board probably wouldn't get to upset if a weak Cat 1 (but no stronger) came towards us as its kinda exciting and fun in a way, as long as no one gets hurt and experiences too much damage... to witness the awesome power of a hurricane is really a remarkable event...... but a Cat 4-5 is fatal.... people are going to die, and many will lose everything they own... I hope I never see another one, or no one else does either... I will not stay on the beach for a Cat 4 or 5 storm... 1-3 OK, no 4-5 for me.... when people come over my house, and I show them where the storm surge came, they don't believe me... sometimes I don't believe it really came up that high myself, but I still have the water lines in the interior of my walls to prove it...
Coop, you getting married? or your child getting married? I though you were a young snapper ..
Wave at around 48 W.. still hanging in there... very persistent, which is one of the keys to development... looks like it's trying to develop some circulation mostly in the mid levels looking at the vis loops, but also in multiple areas... nothing closed off yet
We might be another day or two before we get any development, time will tell.
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