Eric In NW Ohio

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  1. And here I felt bad early on for calling a "lighthouse" a "buoy" when I posted data early on in this madness (Station SGOF1 - Tyndall AFB Tower C (N4), FL), but, little did I realize that this whole event would turn into this madness. Some of us like weather from a casual point of view and have no dog in this fight, but, seeing how folks behave about it really made me realize the volatility of individual points of view.
  2. The trees in the background...wow... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=490qZyZs6fs
  3. By the sounds on Adairs camera, he's lost a window on his car...how this is still broadcasting is beyond me.
  4. Another look at Buoy (or light tower as I've been corrected) SGOF1:
  5. Panama City beach web cam. Impressive, most impressive: http://www.calypsowebcam.com/
  6. Been watching this buoy's readings. It will be darn close to the NE eyewall at landfall.
  7. Some interesting data coming from here: https://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page.php?station=42003 I did not know those buoys took photos either... Eric
  8. Seems like many violent storms have occured in the fall of the year here in NW Ohio. The Van Wert F-4 was a November 10th event. Several other wind events have occured in October/November as well. Eric in NW Ohio
  9. Atlanta had a record flood in 2009. So, be careful...if Irma were to stall and dump 10+ inches of rain in that region (not likely)...it would not be good for anyone...
  10. A sun kink can do the same thing to the rail bed...and thats just because of expansive heating of the rail under extreme temperatures.
  11. October and November also have been rather significant in terms of severe weather here in NW Ohio...curious if any of these rather robust systems could set us up for a repeat of the outbreak of Nov 10, 2002. A total of 83 tornados were on that day, including the violent F4 in Van Wert, Ohio. Eric
  12. Ok, I'll bite, I am not seeing "bird migrations" here, I am seeing ground clutter from radar sources... Eric