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  1. Now for the after....go to 5:46 in the video posted below (and above in Dream Travelers post)
  2. Check out this crazy before and after I was able to create. Will post the before first and then the after in a separate post. Notice the little blue house in the before surrounded by trees (there is a cell tower behind the guy in the hats head so you can't see it, but I can confirm it was there as he panned towards the house)
  3. Perhaps, but I am sure it will be in the hundreds for sure. 1,000 deaths is certainly not out of the realm of possibilities.
  4. Bahamas Press tweeted that the death toll on Abaco is expected to surpass 3,000
  5. I find it hard to believe they are an exaggeration. those people in Mudd and areas like it had absolutley no means to evacuate. There is no doubt in my mind the death toll will be extremely high.
  6. Meh....Nor'easter. Weather Channel just designated it Winter Storm Astro
  7. I dont recall any Nor'easter with this IR presentation...ever
  8. https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/sat/satlooper.php?region=goes16-meso1&product=ir
  9. The gulf stream location is well west of the Blake Ridge and up against the shelf
  10. That NOAA Sat loop is a tad bit behind, use this one. The core is becoming closed again: https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/sat/satlooper.php?region=goes16-meso1&product=ir
  11. how come no one noted the NAM was further west?
  12. Nope. A storm slamming perpendicular into the east coast at any one major city location would be the worst possible track (i.e.straight into the Ches. bay, SNJ/Del Bay, LI, etc.)