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Old 04-10-2017, 05:49   #1
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...forewarned is forearmed???

The NHC gives a low pressure area off the east coast of Nicaragua a 90 percent chance of development.

Whilst the proximity to land at this time will likely inhibit initial development, the 'feature' is forecast to cross Nicaragua, pass into the extreme western Carib, and then cross into the southern gulf.

Given the 2-4 F degree hotter-than-the-climatic-average surface water in the developmental area, the slightly warmer-than-normal water in the southern Gulf of Mexico, and the trends this year, the system bears watching.

Though it is relatively late in the season, remembering ancient history 12 years ago, Wilma, the second most intense storm in the 'Atlantic theatre' (since Patricia took her place as first), formed in mid October...
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Old 04-10-2017, 10:55   #2
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Re: ...forewarned is forearmed???

late in season is when the sleeping are slammed. is hottest water and least wind shear of season.
remember this all ends november 30, not one day sooner.
donot become lazy, you will die.,
donot go to sleep you will die..
as soon as you get lax, you will die. .
watch out for late in season hahaha storms.
they pretty much stop being wannabes and become definitelees and make you die.
hoping it is less than seemingly being predicted. have you checked passage weather yet?? storm 2k seems to think cat 1 at biloxi..... we see....
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Re: ...forewarned is forearmed???

It is not late actually (late November will be late) and later days cyclones are more common in the West part of the basin. So .....

Thanks for the headup. Too bad should New Orleans are get another hit ;-(

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