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  1. Might as well revive this thread as it looks like the tropics briefly turn active in the WPAC and BOB. TD 01 in the looks like it should make landfall in the Philippines as typhoon as conditions look quite favorable ahead of it as it tracks around the subtropical ridge. The ECMWF solution in the BOB is what really grabs my attention however. It's never a good thing when the Euro is showing a storm as such in this region. Long ways out on that one so things will most definitely change, but the potential is there.
  2. Wasn’t expecting to get blasted like this on the coast with wind. Easily 35mph plus sustained right now with gusts to 55-60. Funny I’m not under any wind advisory...that last storm that walloped the south shore it didn’t even gust above 40 here.
  3. TDS on SE Texas storm. Warning definitely needs to be extended. Edit: right on cue, classic donut hole on radar.
  4. Gusted to 69mph at KMLU as it passed through. https://mesowest.utah.edu/cgi-bin/droman/meso_base_dyn.cgi?stn=KMLU&unit=0&timetype=GMT
  5. Ready to bomb out, you guys are going to keep getting crushed as this thing gets going in the GOM. Jealous.
  6. Thinking about taking a ride up to the lake house in Ossipee after work and staying the night but it's not looking great for that area, just a little to far south and not much elevation...plus the whole don't travel if necessary thing would make me feel guilty about going up there. Hopefully we can score some decent storms later and I''ll be keeping an eye on the coastal flooding at home, definitely been a nuisance for some folks the past few tide cycles. This weekend is looking increasingly nasty in the south. Dare I say we could see a high risk day on Sunday issued by the SPC? 12z NAM soundings are pretty crazy across southern areas of MS and AL.
  7. I knew you would be on top of posting this once I saw them expand it. Looks like an active severe wx week for much of the country. If the Euro is right the southeast really has to keep an eye out on this weekends threat.
  8. 12z NAM gets the coastal going a little sooner again. Could be a coastal beat down with the astro high tides.
  9. Cat 5 landfall imminent? Waiting to see if it clears out that eye completely.
  10. "The Coronavirus’s Unique Threat to the South More young people in the South seem to be dying from COVID-19. Why?" https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2020/04/coronavirus-unique-threat-south-young-people/609241/ The Atlantic has a good article on the southern states right now up on there front page.
  11. I'm getting sick of the cold wind blasted rain along the shore the past few weeks, Sunday and Monday felt like 24+ hours of 30mph sustained winds with cold rain... I definitely would of taken the snow with this one if I had a choice. Not like I'm doing anything outside anyways, beaches, golf courses, ski resorts all closed. Even Mount Washington is closing off access to tuckermans, gulf of slides etc to back country travelers. Coastal flooding would be much more of a concern though if this came in next week during astronomical high tide.
  12. What a beast on satellite. It's really starting to back NW now watching the loops. Should be fun to watch the surf tomorrow morning. Quite a few ECMWF members make it sub-tropical as well.