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  1. 3 hours ago, dailylurker said:

    I'm east of 95 and it was a typical winter coastal. I've seen much worse during winter actually. Next

    You guys got fringed twice. I know tropical is not really your thing but someone is always fringed. The fishes are happy about the track.

    Looking forward to more. Bring on the tropical but with everyone included. We need a up the bay track (SE to NW).

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  2. 6 minutes ago, WxWatcher007 said:

    Just when it's getting good the recon stops transmitting data lol

    It probably got swallowed up by the east side. All along it's been nutty with the easterlies running up against Isaias.

  3. I don't know guys. I think that kind of sinking dry air would kill a Major cane and the shear vector is from the SW. it's like could it get any worse? Probably not.

    It's probably going to thrive in the mid-latitudes once it clears the graveyard.

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  4. Just now, Chrisrotary12 said:

    Isaias currently looks like that supercell you've been chasing that just burped out a gust front and is about to collapse on itself. So you bail to the next one.

    Comparatively speaking most storms that straddle the North coast of DR are permanently damaged. This one is doing good actually.

  5. Many are mssing the forest for the trees. Any warm-cored entity that gets caught up in the mid-latitudes will cause problems. This track hasn't happened in a long time and Irene was a comparatively slow mover.

  6. 1 minute ago, Windspeed said:

    Suspected center will be pulling away from the coastline the next few hours. For a trend towards faster intensification to occur, ideally you'd want to start seeing intense convection begin wrapping that vortex. It does have cyclonic convection moving around that mid level vort, but it will need to put some distance between itself and the orographic influences of the island before more substantial convection can take over for an inner core.f3ea26990ef2a77b2dc0d58782e54b39.jpg

    1 hour ago, StantonParkHoya said:

    Barely a TS at landfall on 18z GFS

    Probably another center relocation in the cards. The  SE quadrant is completely different now.

  7. 6 minutes ago, BillT said:

    IF global warming is causing a loss of the ice and going to be catastrophic, why are show many here openly HOPING it is happening?

    Good question brother but is way beyond the scope of arctic sea ice discussion. To bring some closure we were already on a bad path with or without global warming.

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  8. 6 minutes ago, WxWatcher007 said:

    We still need the GFS major cane up the Bay. It’s coming :lol: 

    Sadly it's already too far SW for that. You need something coming at us from north of the Hebert Box without recurving which is a tall order. I thought Irma was going to finally get the job done but we remain deprived... so far.

  9. 8 minutes ago, forkyfork said:

    as a kid i remember hot summer days with widespread severe storms followed by temps in the 80's with a stiff nw breeze the next day. it feels like that type of progression has all but disappeared 

    Welcome to my world. It happened here 2-3 years earlier despite the small difference in latitude. Anybody who cares about meteorology knows the truth. The old climate is gone.

  10. 2 hours ago, pazzo83 said:

    No 80F low - oh well, hopefully we'll have more shots going forward.

    it's 86 here at KWWD. We can def get that because water temps have risen to about 80 degrees.