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rds dc
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
12z Euro



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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
This just in:
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ZCZC MIATWOAT ALL
TTAA00 KNHC DDHHMM

Tropical Weather Outlook
NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL
200 PM EDT Wed Sep 27 2017

For the North Atlantic...Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico:

1. An area of disturbed weather associated with a trough of low
pressure is located over the northwestern Caribbean Sea. This
system is forecast to move slowly north-northwestward across Cuba
and the Straits for Florida during the next day or so. Some
development of this system is possible when it moves near the
Florida peninsula or the northwestern Bahamas on Friday or Saturday...
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Hurricane Center graphic


slackster
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
I don't believe the yellow area is what is eventually supposed to get into the GOM, but here's the graphic nonetheless:



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While we all weren't looking, Lee made it to major status. Making 5 for the year thus far.



Thanks to storm2k baws that happened to gather these pictures together.


biggsc
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
Not again


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Champagne
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Stop scaring us.



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otowntiger
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Scary yes, but we don't really have a system that exists yet and again, the mid and upper levels would have to play nice once we do. Don't hit the panic button until we have something to panic o
. Well yeah. I'm no where near panicking. I'm not the one using expletives, lol.


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FelicianaTigerfan
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
When should we start looking for yellow to pop up in the GOM for that thing?


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You are really great at what you do here as far as weather threads, but there is ZERO reason to start this thread... just sayin....


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, but there is ZERO reason to start this thread... just sayin...


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dukke v



We’re fricked


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iliveinabox
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So, he really does then...shit


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Duke
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You are really great at what you do here as far as weather threads, but there is ZERO reason to start this thread... just sayin....


quote:

by dukke v


Remember when I said not to panic?

Well uh...rethinking that whole thing now.


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rds dc
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
The Euro has been pretty consistent over the last few days with this potential system. One of the things that we look for in the longer range with the models, when they are consistently showing a system, is for that system to move up in time. That has started to happen with the Euro. The models seem to agree that a large area of lowering pressure will form in the WCAB over the next week. As that happens, the Euro tracks the wave around 47W into the WCAB.



As the wave moves westward it interacts with the large area of lower pressure and helps to focus low level vorticy (spin) in the WCAB:



Then a rather large system slowly starts to lift NW into the Gulf:



Still a lot of time to watch this but all the ingredients are there for a system in the Gulf in October.


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rds dc
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Lee made it to major status. Making 5 for the year thus far.



Luckily, Lee has stay well away from any land. It was left for dead and then, without any model support, came back and made the run to major. Lee has also stayed a very small system.



rds dc
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When should we start looking for yellow to pop up in the GOM for that thing?


Probably not until next week.


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rds dc
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I don't believe the yellow area is what is eventually supposed to get into the GOM, but here's the graphic nonetheless:


Correct, this would form to the east of Florida but could move back west into the Gulf.


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I'll be glad when we hit November and cold fronts are more frequent.


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Rando
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You are really great at what you do here as far as weather threads, but there is ZERO reason to start this thread... just sayin....




If I knew where your trailer was, I would burn it down.

You've doomed us all.


rds dc
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
NHC up to 40% for a system that might form this weekend east of Florida. It would have the potential to move back west into the Gulf.



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