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saintsfan92612
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OldSouth
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
Sure, why not?


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AubieALUMdvm
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
Some guy made a thread earlier about wanting rain in LA.


Chad504boy
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
Anyone know how punta cane looking for next week?


tigerbutt
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
Do you mean Punta Cana? Heading there in April. All is good I hear.


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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
Klaus Wilmsmeyer


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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
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The Euro has a broad system in the Gulf in the longer range:


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soccerfüt
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
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Anyone know how punta cane looking for next week?
Not

Good


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rds dc
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
The WCAB has been pretty much untouched the last part of the season and OHC is off the charts. The WCAB and Gulf both could support high end storms even into October with the current setup.

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CptBengal
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
the loop current right now could provide carribean water 3/4s of the way to the delta.


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otowntiger
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
That synoptic set up would suggest that the system in the gulf would head north or northwest, but I thought climatologically NNE or NE is more normal for this time of year. Interesting.


rds dc
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
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That synoptic set up would suggest that the system in the gulf would head north or northwest, but I thought climatologically NNE or NE is more normal for this time of year. Interesting.


Yea, climo is just a "rule of thumb" but ultimately storms obey the physics of synoptic scale setup.


SohCahToa
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
I'm ready


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FelicianaTigerfan
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
That's a really broad system on that GFS run.


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Duke
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
Is that really a big swath of 150 kJ/sqcm? FUUUUCK. That's a shitload of energy available.

No shear and we get to test the theoretical limits of hurricane strength in our basin. That's the sort of potential we all want to see.


otowntiger
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
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Yea, climo is just a "rule of thumb" but ultimately storms obey the physics of synoptic scale setup.
yep, understood. I think I was also thinking that I recall early on in the long term model runs that this would be steered in the usual NNE/NE direction (in keeping with climo) once it entered the gulf. That set up seems to now not be materializing. Just add one more curious, unusual turn in this season. Of course things can still change and lot of things are still on the table, including more than one storm coming out of this general area.
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otowntiger
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?



quote:

Is that really a big swath of 150 kJ/sqcm? FUUUUCK. That's a shitload of energy available. No shear and we get to test the theoretical limits of hurricane strength in our basin. That's the sort of potential we all want to see.


Duke
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
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 over.


TigerstuckinMS
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re: Hurricane Nate - Moving Inland - Hurricane Season Over?
Can I be the first to suggest that the models are all wrong and it's going to shift many hundreds of miles to the West?


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