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  1. 100% of the island is without power. Not surprising https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2017/09/20/hurricane-maria-takes-aim-at-puerto-rico-with-force-not-seen-in-modern-history/?utm_term=.38b085fdf7d7
  2. TyphoonTip has a pretty good post about it in the New England thread this morning. I wouldn't do any all nighters on a Maria east coast landfall at the moment.
  3. No question there has been a trend towards a closer track to the east coast. Just still plenty of time for that to completely reverse itself.
  4. The tools are all there. https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis/models/?model=gfs-ens&region=us&pkg=lowlocs&runtime=2017092006&fh=156&xpos=0&ypos=0
  5. Still too far out to matter.
  6. With respect to liquid precipitation, yes very well might be.
  7. Considerably closer actually
  8. https://www.pscp.tv/w/1ynJOVqXRAyGR
  9. Yup. TIKE is a related measurement that takes into account the total track. Sandy crushes all in TIKE.
  10. There are, they just aren't 4500 feet. More like 3200 at their peak.
  11. There are no 4500 ft peaks that will help San Juan.
  12. About 3300 where it will potentially be traversing.
  13. Still in beast mode
  14. Maybe it's my proximity to IJD and the fact that I went to high school with a lot of kids that were born in Puerto Rico, but I am really feeling this one. The best hope is a jog to the south of the current track.