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  1. Waiting for some friends to fly into Dulles. Or I would have already been down there.
  2. Nah. I am going early on purpose to see it. I wasnt gonna leave until noon. But I moved up my plans.
  3. Ophelia is looking much better right now. LP is under the heaviest convection. Still some time for her to strengthen as well.
  4. Looks like that is happening as we speak.
  5. Agreed. Has some time to strengthen some. And she is looking much more robust now.
  6. Heading to Norfolk at 6AM tomorrow morning. Should be there by 10 or so. I cruise out of Norfolk to Bermuda on Sunday. Probably gonna be a bumpy on the way out. Looking forward to it.
  7. I am on a cruise out of Norfolk next weekend. So I have been looking at the Northern Hemisphere maps for weeks. And yes I am a weenie as you all know. But after watching it for weeks one thing looks clear to me. We will have bombs running up the coast this year. Doesnt mean DC (the city) has a good winter. But we are all going to have chances this winter. I would bet my lifes savings on it. And once again, I am a weenie. But just go back and look at the flow over the past month. Stuff is going to want to come up the coast all winter long....Whatever just drunk posting.
  8. It has rained 6 times since May 1st at my house. Think about that.
  9. I am praying the GFS is out to lunch. I am cruising out of Norfolk on the 24th to Bermuda. If it turns out right my vacation is over.
  10. I would actually bet a ton that we end up above normal this year. With the base state we live in Nino's are probably our best shot. Bombs are probably the best way to score going forward. And we all know that nino's give us bombs. Could be wrong. Wouldnt be the first time. But that is where I am at right now. And if we cant score in a nino than we are probably done for good. Because the base state here is a clown show.
  11. Pulley ridge Buoy, about 60 miles from the center has around 20 wave heights and 86 degree water temps. No wind measurements on that buoy. https://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page.php?station=42097
  12. The main thread is annoying. I will stay here and post with my sub friends. The western part of the storm seems to be firing up right now. I dont think the hunters flew through the western eye wall. But shw is clearly trying to get her act together. https://weather.cod.edu/satrad/?parms=meso-meso1-13-96-1-25-1&checked=map&colorbar=undefined
  13. I would think that by the time we get to I most years we are at the peak of the tropical season. So probably not surprising that I's tend to be mature storms more often?
  14. Franklin is a gorgeous storm.
  15. Man I hope you are right Bob. The past few years have changed everything I think about winters here. We will see I guess. By the way. Nice to see some action picking up here. Winter is coming.
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