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Re: 92L Lounge
      Thu Sep 06 2018 05:36 AM

Looks like 92L is on a few radars, so to speak. From the Tampa Bay NWS office, in their forecast discussion:

As we enter the longer range timeframe into the middle of
next week, all eyes will be on Hurricane Florence as it
continues to meander west to northwest over the open
Atlantic. There remains very little if any agreement amongst
the longer range models regarding the potential track of
Florence, but all interests along the Atlantic Coast from
the Carolinas northward should pay very close attention as
we move through time. At this time it appears Florence
should remain well north and east of the Florida peninsula,
but other tropical waves continue to move off Africa with
decent odds of development. These could eventually become a
concern beyond the 7 to 10 day timeframe, and we will be
monitoring their progress closely. We are nearing the peak
of Hurricane Season so it is no surprise to see an uptick in
activity. Now is a good time to make sure you hurricane
safety plan in in order. If you do not yet have a plan, its
time to get one.

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* Isaac Lounge cieldumortModerator Thu Sep 06 2018 05:36 AM
. * * Re: Isaac Lounge cieldumortModerator   Mon Sep 17 2018 02:45 AM
. * * Re: Isaac Lounge cieldumortModerator   Mon Sep 17 2018 12:30 PM
. * * Re: Isaac Lounge cieldumortModerator   Sun Sep 16 2018 06:41 PM
. * * Re: Isaac Lounge cieldumortModerator   Sun Sep 16 2018 05:43 PM
. * * Invest Isaac cieldumortModerator   Sat Sep 15 2018 06:38 PM
. * * Re: Isaac danielwAdministrator   Mon Sep 10 2018 05:49 PM
. * * Re: Isaac JMII   Mon Sep 10 2018 09:47 PM
. * * Isaac B.C.Francis   Mon Sep 10 2018 05:15 PM
. * * Re: Isaac cieldumortModerator   Tue Sep 11 2018 04:06 AM
. * * Re: Isaac JMII   Tue Sep 11 2018 10:27 PM
. * * Re: Isaac JMII   Wed Sep 12 2018 08:22 PM
. * * Re: Isaac OrlandoDan   Thu Sep 13 2018 06:04 AM
. * * Re: Isaac IsoFlame   Fri Sep 14 2018 06:13 PM
. * * Re: Isaac cieldumortModerator   Mon Sep 10 2018 09:34 PM
. * * Re: 92L Lounge cieldumortModerator   Wed Sep 05 2018 05:28 AM
. * * Re: 92L Lounge cieldumortModerator   Wed Sep 05 2018 11:34 AM
. * * Re: 92L Lounge MissBecky   Thu Sep 06 2018 05:36 AM
. * * Re: 92L Lounge MikeCAdministrator   Thu Sep 06 2018 07:08 AM
. * * Re: 92L Lounge OrlandoDan   Sun Sep 09 2018 06:54 AM
. * * Re: 92L Lounge MikeCAdministrator   Sun Sep 09 2018 08:44 AM
. * * Re: 92L Lounge MikeCAdministrator   Sun Sep 09 2018 08:22 PM
. * * Re: 92L Lounge JMII   Mon Sep 10 2018 01:47 PM
. * * Re: New: E ATL Wave MikeCAdministrator   Mon Sep 03 2018 09:47 AM

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