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zacros
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Re: Stalled [Re: Brett]
      #44837 - Sat Jul 23 2005 05:27 AM

5 AM advisory shows Frank is still moving away from the coast. However, he has had a nice convective outburst overnight and does not appear to have moved to much. One thing is for sure, the bouys are up overnight and the wind is light and variable on the beach, something we normally don't see in Charleston until September. Gone Surfin .....

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LadyStorm
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Re: 5 am discussion [Re: zacros]
      #44838 - Sat Jul 23 2005 05:45 AM

The NWS actually has a sense of humor. Here is an excert of the 5 am discussion on Tropical Storm Franklin written by Forcaster Franklin. I thought it was cute.


FRANKLIN...THE STORM...NOT THE FORECASTER...HAS BECOME A LITTLE
BETTER ORGANIZED OVERNIGHT.

THE
SHORT-TERM PROSPECTS FOR INTENSIFICATION ARE GOOD. HOWEVER...THE
OPPORTUNITY FOR DEVELOPMENT IN THE LONG RUN APPEARS LIMITED...WITH
AN INCREASE IN SHEAR AND A DECREASE IN SSTS SEEMINGLY IN THE
CYCLONE'S FUTURE. IT IS QUITE POSSIBLE THAT LITTLE OR NOTHING WILL
BE LEFT OF FRANKLIN...THE STORM...NOT THE FORECASTER...IN 2-3 DAYS.

FORECASTER FRANKLIN


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Domino
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Re: 5 am discussion [Re: LadyStorm]
      #44839 - Sat Jul 23 2005 07:19 AM

I loved that last discussion by Franklin (the forecaster, not the storm). That was very cute. I wondered when he'd get to be the forecaster for his name sake. I also wonder now how long before we have other storms with NHC forecaster names. You know they are going to be jealous! Hurricane Kelly, Tropical Strom Clark....coming to a CFHC near you soon.

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NewWatcher
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Re: 5 am discussion [Re: Domino]
      #44841 - Sat Jul 23 2005 07:54 AM

Hmmmm Woke up this a.m. and looked at the IR. Franklin doesnt seem to have moved in the last 8 hrs. Wassup?

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Floridacane
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Re: 5 am discussion [Re: NewWatcher]
      #44842 - Sat Jul 23 2005 08:10 AM

Franklin has actually moved about 55 miles or so NNE from his 11pm position last night.

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John C
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Re: 5 am discussion [Re: Floridacane]
      #44843 - Sat Jul 23 2005 08:15 AM

New Ariticle (Thread) posted.

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