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  1. DCTeacherman

    2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season Tracking Thread

    Some of the videos in the main thread are NUTS, I wonder if Michael gets posthumously awarded cat 5 status. Pretty fortuitous it didn’t hit a major population center like Tampa.
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    Major Hurricane Michael

    Is it possible cat 4 winds didn't make it to I-10? Yes. Will we know definitively before the surveys are done? No. Did NHC make the right call by not downgrading the storm whether or not the cat 4 winds verified at I-10? In my opinion, based on the damage sustained along the coast and satellite presentation as it moved inland, yes.
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    Major Hurricane Michael

    And this was all wind at Tyndall, or did the surge come through there?
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    September Discobs Thread

    I want this setup in January with fresh arctic air.
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    September Discobs Thread

    We have had like 2 nice days out of the last 30, it was 90+ with dews 70+ and then it’s just been gross 80s and moist since.
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    September Discobs Thread

    I’m a total severe amateur but on the base velocity it looks like an area of green/red coupled together just moved through NW dc and is now up by silver spring.
  7. wow sure looks a lot faster on these videos, I guess funneling as @Windspeed mentioned.
  8. Anyone know what the sustained winds were when it hit Hong Kong? The videos are nuts.
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    2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season Tracking Thread

    How long are you staying there? No chance you can drive out tomorrow I’m assuming.
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    2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season Tracking Thread

    Very impressive Harvey esque firehose bands coming off the Atlantic now. HRRR says 10-25 more inches with these bands on top of whatever’s fallen.
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    2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season Tracking Thread

    Wilmington has been in the eye wall for a while now....
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    2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season Tracking Thread

    Looks like pretty big surge already along some of the inlets, CNN reporter at new bern was showing some pics, looks like maybe 4-5 feet guesstimating.
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    2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season Tracking Thread

    https://www.wunderground.com/personal-weather-station/dashboard?ID=KNCDAVIS2&cm_ven=localwx_pwsdash Very impressive, this station is about 120 miles from the eye and was just showing 51 mph sustained gusting to 86.
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    2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season Tracking Thread

    Yeah, and has been pointed out by many, aside from the small area around the exact landfall point a weak cat 3/cat 2 vs a strong cat 1 isn't that big of a difference impact wise. We all knew starting a couple of days ago this probably wasn't going do high end wind damage like say Andrew in Florida or Irma in the Carribean.
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