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the ghost of leroy

Hurricane Flo Banter Thread-no fun allowed, no saying the storm isn’t that bad plz

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2 minutes ago, stormtracker said:

What a whopper from NJwx85

For fun, 18z GFS reforms Florence after 9 days and then slams into GA/FL border after 300 hours. Miami totally in play. Evacuate southern GA in advance, better safe than sorry.

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32 minutes ago, the ghost of leroy said:

How many of you had “talking about the hour 384 GFS” on your storm mode bingo card?

I believe I have a bingo, I have 384 GFS, people misreading IR satellites, misspelling of the word bizarre, wishcasting to NYC, and people announcing the start of every model run all day.

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1 hour ago, Stebo said:

I believe I have a bingo, I have 384 GFS, people misreading IR satellites, misspelling of the word bizarre, wishcasting to NYC, and people announcing the start of every model run all day.

You forgot IMO.

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Sustained 25 kt winds with gale-force gusts to 45 kt. ~ 20 kt higher at the Delaware coastline.

Goldsboro, MD. Convergent fetch from the high pressures stalling this thing way south and winds from Florence.

 

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There is a bit of a double eyewall in the windfield.   Not a conclusive ERC yet.

Edit: of wrong thread. I'll leave it here anyway

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31 minutes ago, ChineseFood4Snow said:

Love this website...

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If you think air traffic controllers have an easy job, look at that lineup.

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We can develop an atomic weapon in the early 1940's. We can land someone on the moon in 69. We can start to develop a computer in the 80's. We can develop a smart phone which is a very complex device in the 2000's, we can start to develop self automated love dolls in the 2010's, but we cant pin point a hurricane forecast 5 days out. Smh 

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Satellite presentation is starting to look a bit better, but something def was eroding the SW quadrant. It has likely been a Cat3 for the past few hours.

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5 minutes ago, hickory said:

We can develop an atomic weapon in the early 1940's. We can land someone on the moon in 69. We can start to develop a computer in the 80's. We can develop a smart phone which is a very complex device in the 2000's, we can start to develop self automated love dolls in the 2010's, but we cant pin point a hurricane forecast 5 days out. Smh 

The BIG difference is chaos (in mathematical context).

 

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9 minutes ago, hickory said:

We can develop an atomic weapon in the early 1940's. We can land someone on the moon in 69. We can start to develop a computer in the 80's. We can develop a smart phone which is a very complex device in the 2000's, we can start to develop self automated love dolls in the 2010's, but we cant pin point a hurricane forecast 5 days out. Smh 

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5 minutes ago, hickory said:

We can develop an atomic weapon in the early 1940's. We can land someone on the moon in 69. We can start to develop a computer in the 80's. We can develop a smart phone which is a very complex device in the 2000's, we can start to develop self automated love dolls in the 2010's, but we cant pin point a hurricane forecast 5 days out. Smh 

 

But we know it's there and have a bunch of algorithms computing where it may wind up.  Pretty good, I have to say.

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