Unregistered User
Tue Sep 24 2002 08:07 PM
Yo Jo...

One thing we'll all remember Isidore for is the sphere of effect it has. Never before have I seen a storm that simultaneously affected Jacksonville to Lake Charles. That's literally 700 miles and pretty hard to believe. I figured Galveston to Tally, but I was about 150 miles too far west with the influence. Still, this is a pretty incredible. And when you consider that even Miami and the Bahamas have a bit of feed coming in, that's unheard of - not to mention Mexico, Belize and Guatemala and even an extension out into the East Pac that may develop on it's own, WOW.

Tropical storms are sometimes far weirder than hurricanes.


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