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Tatamy

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  1. Cuban Weather Radar http://www.insmet.cu/asp/genesis.asp?TB0=PLANTILLAS&TB1=RADAR&TB2=../Radar/02IJuventud/pdeMAXw01a.gif
  2. Euro 06z at 84 hours Euro 12z at 78 hours
  3. CMC is west with an Apalachicola landfall at 102 hours.
  4. Andrew hit south Florida in August 1992. I took a vacation down there in April 1993. I drove around the Homestead area and the area where the Turkey Pt. Nuclear plant is situated. Every tree along SW 344th street was ripped out of the ground and pointed east. Every home in the area was either leveled or badly damaged. The east coast of Florida dodged a serious bullet when that well timed trough approached and steered Dorian to the north. I would not wish a Cat 5 landfall on anyone.
  5. This is a link to the NWS office in Tampa that provides watches and warnings. Click on your locality and it will provide information on all current watches and warnings for your area. https://www.weather.gov/tbw/
  6. Cuba Weather Radar http://www.insmet.cu/asp/genesis.asp?TB0=PLANTILLAS&TB1=RADAR&TB2=../Radar/02IJuventud/pdeMAXw01a.gif
  7. We have been getting doused over the past hour. Total on the day up to 0.64”
  8. Nice lightning storm in progress out here. 230 strikes in the past 3 hours with this activity.
  9. New Moon for the Tampa Bay Area as of 5:54 PM today. The lunar cycle will also be a factor in the impending tidal surge threat.
  10. Strongly agree as shown on the scenario in this run.
  11. 18z GFS - A track like this where the center lingers along the west coast of FL not far from Tampa Bay is going to cause major tidal surge issues.
  12. Strongest winds I have seen have been 84 mph at Henry Island and 77 mph at Gabarus. Also a gust 79 mph near Glencoe.
  13. Lowest pressure I have found is 953 mb at West Arichat on Cape Breton Island.
  14. Winds out here were not that especially strong today. We maxed at 32 mph out here. The strongest winds that I was aware of was along the south shore of LI- Fire Island in particular where Fire Island Pines maxed at over 50 mph. I am not aware of any issues with trees down out this way.
  15. Wind speeds have come down across eastern Nova Scotia (especially closer to Halifax) and the direction has changed over to more of a westerly component as the center starts to move through. Lowest pressure I have seen in the Davis network is 960 mb.
  16. Wind gusts up to 82 mph at Henry Island.
  17. Must be as recon was flying around Sable Island a little earlier.
  18. Out by me we have actually decoupled with calm winds and a temperature of 46. We might even get below 40.
  19. There’s a separate thread for that under tropical headquarters.
  20. Henry Island now gusting to 79mph. Station is just off the NW shore of Cape Breton Island.
  21. I think that is exactly what will happen.
  22. A lot of stations going offline with power outages increasing. I am seeing a lot of pressure values in the range of 28.50 to 28.65 inHG currently in the region. This converts to 965-970 mb.
  23. Winds at Henry Island are now 51 mph gusting to 70 mph.
  24. Recon now flying to the west just south of the eastern shore of Nova Scotia. Surface winds are being measured to 65-70 kts along there.
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