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  1. zinski1990

    Major Hurricane Michael

    ef4s and 5s are most common to debark trees
  2. zinski1990

    Major Hurricane Michael

    Yep. It seems to be agreed upon that it was very impressive how long this storm kept a good eye wall that far inland. I mean they issued an extreme wind warning in the far se al and sw Georgia counties
  3. zinski1990

    Major Hurricane Michael

    This will be an interesting hurricane up for debate for years to come on if it was a category 4 or 5. Who knows if later they upgrade it. Still incredible how it was at its peak at landfall and it held its structure well inland. This will be a debate like whether the Tuscaloosa tornado was ef4 or 5 or 2013 el reno was ef4 than downgraded to ef4 due to not enough structural damage even though mobile instruments measured 280 plus mph
  4. zinski1990

    Major Hurricane Michael

    Yep I remember it was in 2008 just not sure the date. Should have known easily being from the same regional forum lol
  5. zinski1990

    Major Hurricane Michael

    yep I remember that now too lol
  6. zinski1990

    Major Hurricane Michael

    There have been quite a few tornadoes that have had photos of train derailment. I do remember seeing photos of the may 22 2004 2.5 mile wide hallam ne ef4 do it and Tuscaloosa 2011 do it that I remember off the bat
  7. zinski1990

    Major Hurricane Michael

    proof?
  8. zinski1990

    Major Hurricane Michael

    What is funny about that guy is the mesonet sites were recording gusts over 110 120 already nearing cat 3 strength before the eye wall even reached. Obviously they were blown away or died after
  9. zinski1990

    Major Hurricane Michael

    Happened to me once too about Florence. Said it would be a min cat 1 at landfall and they deleted it don't feel so bad. But again this time there are plausible reasons (areas hit power without power and fresh hit less that 6 hours ago) Give it time
  10. zinski1990

    Major Hurricane Michael

    Don't think I've ever seen a hurricane like this where it didn't suddenly rapidly weaken after hitting land.
  11. zinski1990

    Major Hurricane Michael

    Opal had similar surge as to what's forecasted. I believe 15 ft surge was its highest
  12. zinski1990

    Major Hurricane Michael

    Rapid intensification for sure. Haven't seen a hurricane like that in the gulf for a while especially the cloud top colors. Cat 4 strength later update?
  13. zinski1990

    Major Hurricane Florence: STORM MODE THREAD

    Maybe not 50-60 inch reports but I can definitely see 3 ft plus and some 40 inches
  14. yep pretty pathetic, Especially for how hyped up people made it (Storm of a Lifetime) gtfo Im sure people from North and South Carolina have been through worse by far storms
  15. zinski1990

    Major Hurricane Florence: STORM MODE THREAD

    957 mb? wow weaker wonder if it drops back
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