(Storm Tracker)
Wed Sep 16 2020 02:40 AM
Re: Sally Lounge

It's a H2 in name only though. It's barely on the edge although the pressure drop the 968 is very confusing. It's like a child is playing with a toy...the toy being us. Every time it looks like we figure it out, it changes. Getting knocked back East should have chewed some life out of it but not really unless it was going to be a stronger H2? I don't know, the steering on this just doesn't make sense. Add to the fact that the North West of this storm is over land and it's getting stronger? It doesn't make conventional sense!

The speed though. So slowly moving. The rain and longer than normal abuse by the winds because of the speed are obviously the dangers.

It would be great to know when or if this thing ever plans to make landfall. Maybe we can ask the big guy to send it over Oregon.

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