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Tropical Storm Warning extended north along coastal TX to San Luis Pass. Sprawling Storm 01L will likely be named Alberto within 24 hours.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 293 (Idalia) , Major: 293 (Idalia) Florida - Any: 293 (Idalia) Major: 293 (Idalia)
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Wind: 40MPH
Pres: 999mb
Nne at 6 mph
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Posts: 121
Loc: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Re: superstition [Re: Wanna-Be-Storm-Chaser]
      #49027 - Wed Aug 24 2005 02:39 PM

11 Am is out

at 11 am EDT...1500z...a Tropical Storm Warning and a Hurricane Watch have been issued for the Southeast Florida coast from Vero Beach southward to Florida City. This replaces the tropical storm watch. A Hurricane Watch means that hurricane conditions are possible within the watch area...generally within 36 hours.

Irwin M. Fletcher

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Weather Watcher

Posts: 49
Loc: Panhandle
update [Re: Wanna-Be-Storm-Chaser]
      #49029 - Wed Aug 24 2005 02:42 PM

Underground has their 11:00 - http://www.wunderground.com/tropical/tracking/at200512_5day.html

Gulf Breeze girl still not over Ivan

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Posts: 435
Re: update [Re: susieq]
      #49036 - Wed Aug 24 2005 03:14 PM

got to love these posts that come and wack they gone anyway it will be IMO when this turns west that we will know where it is going to go.I dont think they are going to get it right on the button as most storms like to be different.

Anyway i dont like those model runs from GFS and BAM would not be good to cross the state and go right up the coast anyway its going to be till the turn IMO when we will have a ideas where its going.

And like the NHC i don't see this getting more then a low cat 1 before it hits.

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Posts: 148
Loc: SE Florida
Re: update [Re: susieq]
      #49049 - Wed Aug 24 2005 03:32 PM

Hey all...

My house is totally under the gun! I live in Deerfield Beach...northern most city in Broward Co. less than 2mi from the beach...and I 'm stuck at a damn convention in Orlando. Told my partner I'm leaving Thurs.afternoon (6-7pm) after the show to go batten down the hatches (again).

It'll be real interesting to see the 5pm report as far as the intensity goes. Lotta "high octane" fuel out there....thank goodness she's a slow mover & waters are shallow...should help to keep her in check.

Riddle me this mets/mods: what's your take on this

Looks like dry air to the north being drawn in...could this stimulate an eye wall replacement down the road? If so, would this also help to keep her check?

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New Thread [Re: ralphfl]
      #49056 - Wed Aug 24 2005 03:50 PM

There's a new thread on the main board, everyone. Please post any future comments or unanswered questions there -- thanks!

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