wolfman23601

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  1. GFS OBX Euro OTC Sent from my XT1254 using Tapatalk
  2. Aside from blowing every snowstorm last winter, last week, DT called for a 3 day weekend washout with 10 inches of rain here and all we got was an overcast Friday, an Saturday drizzle, and a sunny Sunday. He may well get this one right by hugging the Euro, but his overall track record vs the local TV mets has been terrible.
  3. Catching up and now every model has a different take on if/when this flings into the coast. Last night it was either NC or OTS. There is less certainty with each model run. Bizarre. Sent from my XT1254 using Tapatalk
  4. The homes are on stilts and have strict codes. They'll be fine barring this thing turning into an Andrew, which isn't going to happen.Sent from my XT1254 using Tapatalk
  5. OBX will have to repair highway infrastructure from overwash, but they actually handle hurricanes quite well. If they get hit, it will not wipe them off the map. It will still be a treasure. Sent from my XT1254 using Tapatalk
  6. Sparsely populated NE NC gets the brunt on an OBX hit and the storm weakens to a TS/weak cat 1 before it gets to Tidewater. It would still be costly, but Isabel was about the most Tidewater can take. A Cat 2/3 direct hit with Norfolk/Virginia Beach in the NE quadrant would be a major disaster.Sent from my XT1254 using Tapatalk
  7. Norfolk has the landscape of New Orleans and the region has almost 2 million people. The NC/VA solution would be far more devastating than OBX.Sent from my XT1254 using Tapatalk
  8. Ironically, my folks have a condo in 7-Springs so if a real models and the NHC start forcasting half of what the HRWF has, we might actually do just that.
  9. Second. Scheduled C-Section October 14th. Can't leave town, doctors orders. This is the first time I am hoping for a bust.
  10. Well crap, wife is 38 weeks pregnant. Anyone have any good YouTubes on how to deliver a baby?
  11. The entire forecast from the beginning was a weak system that strengthens over the Bahamas. Some showed rapid intensification, some were modest. Let's wait and see if anything happens north of Hispaniola. Doubtful to be much, but the environment is ripe and stranger things have happened. Many of POS looking storms have become formidable there. Sent from my XT1254 using Tapatalk
  12. Getting hammered in Newport News since 3:00. Already at the forecasted 4-6 inches with 13 hours to go. If the sleet stays South, this might be the sweet spot. Sent from my SCH-I535
  13. When is the "dry slot" going to fill in? I know what the models say, but the radar looks exactly like the radar exactly a week ago with Williamsburg and VB getting snow and nothing for the Peninsula but an inch over 12 hours.