Ed DunhamAdministrator
(Former Meteorologist & CFHC Forum Moderator (Ed Passed Away on May 14, 2017))
Mon Jul 24 2006 09:18 PM
The Tropics Today - A New Forum

Here is a place where you can post your own summaries of the various features in the tropical Atlantic Basin, or on a single feature if you wish, and others can reply to your post. Discussions on everything from easterly waves to major hurricanes and other features that can influence them are permitted here. One-line posts are also allowed as long as they have some useful merit , however, a short post just to say 'Thank You' or 'I agree' should not be posted here - use the Private Message (PM) capability instead for these messages.

If you are only going to make a Forecast for a feature without any rationale/reasoning for your forecast, please use the Forecast Lounge. The site Moderators realize that some reasonable speculation is necessary in this Forum, so the 3T Forum will be less strictly moderated - with the following exceptions:
1. No personal attacks
2. No abusive language
3. No 'wishcasting'
4. No ads or political agendas.

Since the prime purpose of CFHC is to focus on the Atlantic Basin, you should still use the Other Basins forum for posts on tropical cyclones in other oceanic areas. Finally, read the Forum Description before you post here - in other words, make sure that you are posting your comments in the proper forum. To those of you that asked for this new place to post - Enjoy!

(Weather Hobbyist)
Mon Sep 01 2008 09:28 AM
Re: Gustav Approaching Louisiana, Hanna Slowly Drifting Westward

SFWMD now posting "Storm 09" instead of Invest 97. They must expect that the invest will be upgraded to TD9 very soon!


Random Chaos
(Weather Analyst)
Mon Sep 01 2008 09:44 AM
Re: Gustav Approaching Louisiana, Hanna Slowly Drifting Westward

NRL also reporting Tropical Depression 9.

(Storm Tracker)
Mon Sep 01 2008 10:50 AM
Re: TD 9

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