(Storm Tracker)
Thu Aug 17 2017 09:22 PM
Re: 92L Lounge has a lot of viewers like me, yet who do not post as much as I do, that look here for the latest info. In fact, I have sent many people here over the past 13 years and we all discuss what we see here when we talk about future possibilities.

That said, in Florida we are watching the plots of 92L which appear to be in agreement at this point that there is a possibility of something coming to visit. But without the experienced and professional members of these forums posting, we who are not professionals can only guess at what kind of time frames we are seeing and whether or not something may be in our future.

I know we are some time out (a week or so?), but even some discussion gives us a bit to work with. Granted, the discussions we have outside of this website might be just a topic over dinner with family, or a few beers with friends, but right now we are turning to other sources for the most current info when has always been the most up-to-date and accurate. I was surprised at the WeatherUnderground information on Weather Channel last night when I thought I was in the know on FLhurricane.

We miss Ed, but let's keep this going for him if nothing else.

I pay monthly for weather apps; RadarScope, SailFlow, and other storm geek services. Plus I have my own weather station and live streaming weather cams. I would pay for or support FLhurricane to be a bit more active.

Would be a sad day to see it go away...especially for we who live in Florida.

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