rh--here is your next storm, so you arent surprised----the last one had a 6 day advance for you guys---that i why i said you were surprised by the presence of a ts in soc.
this happens. is why i dont sail there--i dont like soc nor do i like being in a playpen when hell is breaking loose. is safer here where i am.
here is next storm path--i use nhc and storm 2k and eebmike--eeb mike is perfect for soc to manzanillo also passage weather
, which showed this next storm already last week , thu it started to show--pw has a week or more advance before formation of the systems over my head
here in southwest mexico
storms hang over our heads here for 4 days before even heading to soc--is not a sudden omg we have to move now--my friends in soc have been in place for a week before they were hit by just a small amount of rain --they are in santa rosalia---this next one shows a bit splitting off of it to head
directly into soc and pull a paul, bouncing off each side of soc..is time to hunker down some where safe
gord--golfo de california
is not that huge that a week advanced warning isnt enough. this storm was over head here in barra for 3 days, then moved nnw slowly--people in san carlos
had time to prep for more than a week as it formed it didnt just spin up. .
storms take many days to form and they form over me for most of summer season. there is just a short time during which storms donot form right over my head and that is when the monsoonal trough is not cruising coastal mexico
, and is offshore
somewhat, as it has been for about 45 days or so.
i watch closely, gord as i am in furycame formation zone.
next one---wannabe julliete----
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soc can be a dangerous place fro furycames if you are in wrong place at wrong time. that i why i am glad my boat broke here in barra de navidad instead of allowing me to be stuck in a bad place at a bad time.forming storms are less intense than already grown furycames are.
i would much rather experience 40 kt winds than over 80.
be safe and have fun out here