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SNE "Tropical" Season Discussion 2020

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Just now, ineedsnow said:

Ok your point post the end result.. definitely  west where it counts 

No, it is actually meaningless where you think it counts. If you don't have a consistent benchmark at D3 then your D5 + is garbage

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1 minute ago, Damage In Tolland said:

OTS is beautiful?

Its west so is the gfs 

We are still days away from the final solution

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39 minutes ago, Bostonseminole said:

Not sure why folks just don’t let people track storms and enjoy it.. let the weenies run wild, if you are not interested move on.

Agree

New England should watch this

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1 hour ago, Bostonseminole said:

Not sure why folks just don’t let people track storms and enjoy it.. let the weenies run wild, if you are not interested move on.

Exactly!

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2 hours ago, Bostonseminole said:

Not sure why folks just don’t let people track storms and enjoy it.. let the weenies run wild, if you are not interested move on.

Dews was making a valid point , if people can’t take responses to weenies “running wild” then maybe it’s more a  personal issue someone has w dews?

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I love weather as much as the next person but tracking systems like this sure beats discussing morning dew points

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31 minutes ago, STILL N OF PIKE said:

Dews was making a valid point , if people can’t take responses to weenies “running wild” then maybe it’s more a  personal issue someone has w dews?

I want this more than anyone. The models don't support much more than a glance at best.

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34 minutes ago, STILL N OF PIKE said:

Dews was making a valid point , if people can’t take responses to weenies “running wild” then maybe it’s more a  personal issue someone has w dews?

Who was talking about dew? Was a general comment after reading today’s post 

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There it is ... the right of passage where it inevitably cast the illusion of moving SW spanning 1:30 hrs worth of looping 

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19 minutes ago, tiger_deF said:

That ICON west tug is weenie city 

Its east and north of 18z. Nothing special  unless you live in NS.

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6 hours ago, tiger_deF said:

I love weather as much as the next person but tracking systems like this sure beats discussing morning dew points

Yeah let’s disrobe to something 400 miles from here. 

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2 minutes ago, MaineJayhawk said:

What day would the waves be the largest in southern Maine?

 

Probably good surf now, but should really pick up Monday. 

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15 minutes ago, MaineJayhawk said:

What day would the waves be the largest in southern Maine?

 

There ain’t much swell at all now . Thigh high SE swell 2.4 at 10 second on Portland Bouy. I’m guessing you want to see hurricane  swells , not some choppy bathtub waves from local side shore winds .

What spot are you looking at going to , as long as it’s not SW Maine coast you should see the initial SE Swell Teddy is generating currently (in a couple days )

You are going to get some large inconsistent SE swells in parts of Central Maine Coast late Sunday and Definitely Monday it fills in and builds  , as the day goes on Monday you will see the swell angle begin to turn more ESE and Southwest Maine that was initially blocked from the more SE swells (by elbow of cape ) will start filling in .

Those SW Maine over to SE NH Areas really depends more on that arching WNW of that low and at what longitude and its latitude position as it slows its forward movement (basically how long it spends in SW Maine swell window )

In short, definitely go NE of Portland for good exposure to the bombs 

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Just now, STILL N OF PIKE said:

There ain’t much swell at all now .

You are going to get some large inconsistent SE swells in parts of Central Maine Coast late Sunday and Definitely Monday it fills in and builds  , as the day goes on Monday you will see the swell angle begin to turn more ESE and Southwest Maine that was initially blocked from the more SE swells (by elbow of cape ) will start filling in .

Those SW Maine Areas really depends more on that arching WNW of that low and at what longitude and its latitude position as it slows its forward movement (basically how long it spends in SW Maine swell window )

 

Thanks, brother!  I'm thinking Tuesday pm with high tide is my best bet.  Enjoy the waves

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