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    KCLL
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    College Station, TX

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  1. I'm getting some deja vu. https://twitter.com/1900hurricane/status/1014998761288994816
  2. 1900hurricane

    Severe weather risk 4/30 - 5/3

    That’s the area I’m in right now. I’m just sitting and waiting on that first cell between Magnum and Duke. .
  3. 1900hurricane

    Severe weather risk 4/30 - 5/3

    Now that's a hodo.
  4. 1900hurricane

    Severe weather risk 4/30 - 5/3

    If the vertical profile from Lubbock is fairly representative of the environment, hodographs are pretty small and 'Z' shaped at the moment.
  5. Gita appears to be impacting those islands right about now.
  6. Haikui was lame.Did nothing of any note.Now a naked swirl.
  7. 1900hurricane

    Major Hurricane Irma

    Eyewall replacement clearly showing up on IR now.
  8. 1900hurricane

    Major Hurricane Irma

    Looks like they're probably gravity waves to me (assuming we're looking at the same thing).
  9. 1900hurricane

    Major Hurricane Irma

    As it stands right now, the 1.25 days with an intensity of 155 kt+ ties the NAtl record first set by Allen '80, although Allen did it in three separate stints while Irma has done it in one. Globally going back to 1970, only Angela '95, Meranti '16, Chaba '04, and Haiyan '13 have maintained for longer, with the former two netting 1.75 days and the latter two 1.5. Irma is in some rare company.
  10. 1900hurricane

    Harvey - Main Thread

    According to HGX, it looks like the Brazos and Colorado Rivers overwhelmed the San Bernard River and joined together via that drainage. This is the first time this has happened since December 1913 I believe.
  11. 1900hurricane

    Harvey - Main Thread

    I wonder what the longest tracking TC tornado is. I'm pretty sure the strongest is a (possibly liberally rated) F4 from Hurricane Carla on Galveston Island.
  12. 1900hurricane

    Harvey - Main Thread

    Deep CC drop is exactly co-located with a reflectivity max, meaning debris ball.
  13. 1900hurricane

    Harvey - Main Thread

    Wow, that doesn't look like your typical weaker tropical cyclone induced tornado.
  14. 1900hurricane

    Harvey - Main Thread

    Looks like a MCV has developed over Jefferson County, focusing rains there. It shows up really clearly on KDP. Not good at all.
  15. 1900hurricane

    Harvey - Main Thread

    Clear Creek at I-45 has crossed 40".
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