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2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season Tracking Thread


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This is the history for the closest buoy to the center of Fiona during landfall. The buoy is located at the western shore of the Cabot straight. Close to Charlottetown. The wind was not as impressive as I would have expected. But the wave height increase was quite impressive:

 

MM DD TIME
(GMT)
WDIR WSPD
kts
GST
kts
WVHT
ft
DPD
sec
APD
sec
MWD PRES
in
PTDY
in
ATMP
°F
WTMP
°F
DEWP
°F
SAL
psu
VIS
nmi
TIDE
ft
09 24 1400  SW 38.9 48.6 11.8 9 - - 28.69 +0.45 57.0 63.9 - - - -
09 24 1300  SW 40.8 52.4 13.5 11 - - 28.56 +0.51 57.9 63.5 - - - -
09 24 1200  SSW 42.7 54.4 14.1 9 - - 28.41 +0.57 56.3 63.5 - - - -
09 24 1100  SSW 48.6 58.3 17.1 10 - - 28.24 +0.69 57.9 63.7 - - - -
09 24 1000  SSW 46.6 56.3 19.0 11 - - 28.05 +0.46 59.4 63.9 - - - -
09 24 0900  SW 36.9 46.6 25.3 13 - - 27.85 +0.11 62.1 64.2 - - - -
09 24 0800  WSW 17.5 27.2 21.7 13 - - 27.55 -0.37 63.7 64.6 - - - -
09 24 0700  E 27.2 33.0 25.9 12 - - 27.59 -0.50 63.3 64.9 - - - -
09 24 0600  ENE 29.1 38.9 30.8 11 - - 27.74 -0.58 64.4 65.1 - - - -
09 24 0500  ENE 38.9 54.4 24.9 10 - - 27.91 -0.74 64.4 64.8 - - - -
09 24 0400  ENE 44.7 58.3 16.1 8 - - 28.10 -0.83 68.2 64.9 - - - -
09 24 0300  NE 44.7 54.4 8.5 7 - - 28.33 -0.76 70.0 65.5 - - - -
09 24 0200  N 40.8 50.5 8.2 6 - - 28.65 -0.58 59.7 65.8 - - - -
09 24 0100  NNE 35.0 44.7 5.9 6 - - 28.93 -0.40 59.9 65.7 - - - -
09 24 0000  NNE 33.0 40.8 5.2 6 - - 29.09 -0.28 59.9 65.8 - - - -
09 23 2300  NNE 27.2 35.0 3.9 6 - - 29.23 -0.21 60.8 66.4 - - - -
09 23 2200  NNE 21.4 25.3 3.6 7 - - 29.32 -0.13 62.4 66.0 - - - -
09 23 2100  N 19.4 23.3 3.3 7 - - 29.37 -0.14 61.9 66.6 - - - -
09 23 2000  N 13.6 15.5 3.0 7 - - 29.44 -0.07 62.1 66.6 - - - -
09 23 1900  N 13.6 15.5 2.6 7 - - 29.45 -0.09 62.1 66.7 - - - -
09 23 1800  NNW 9.7 11.7 3.0 7 - - 29.51 -0.05 62.2 66.4 - - - -
09 23 1700  WNW 5.8 7.8 3.0 7 - - 29.52 +0.01 63.1 67.1 - - - -
09 23 1600  W 5.8 5.8 3.3 6 - - 29.54 +0.01 63.7 66.9 - - - -
09 23 1500  WSW 11.7 13.6 3.6 6 - - 29.56 +0.02 63.9 66.9 - - - -
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Still gusting over TS force, but the wind is on the decline. Wouldn’t be surprised if we got minimal cane gusts this afternoon during the strongest. There were some hotel rattling gusts.

At any rate, expecting to start making my way home tomorrow and will see about driving through ground zero in NS. 

Always appreciate the support, especially from my friend @MillvilleWx.

It’s a long shot, but maybe I can get a crack at Ian next week…

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With Hermine and Ian on the board, my forecast continues to look good. If Ian does become a major, think I’ll be in striking distance of verifying the hurricane forecast as we shift to homebrew season in early October.

Peak Season Forecast (Aug 20-Oct 20)
Named Storms: 10 (6)
Hurricanes: 6 (3)
Major Hurricanes: 4 (1)

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19 minutes ago, MDstorm said:

GFS is on its own with the western track, but continues to be stubborn.  It will either score a coup or crawl back to the back. 

That’s why I am wondering about the hwrf. It’s also a western track. Personally, I would be more concerned if I lived in the panhandle rather than along the west coast of Florida.

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