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  • Two to Watch

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      After weeks of nothing, viola! We now have 2 systems tracking in the Atlantic. 97L is passing the Lesser Antilles and dropping a decent amount of rain, The system is pretty far out still, so there are several scenarios…  http://www.wunderground.com/blog/JeffMasters/comment.html?entrynum=2508 Yesterday the NHC left the 5-day odds of formation of 97L at 50%, and dropped…
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  • Happy Labor Day Weekend!

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    An interesting read from Dr. Jeff Masters yesterday; http://www.wunderground.com/blog/JeffMasters/comment.html?entrynum=2505 It looks like we will have a quiet holiday weekend. We will be reaching the climatological peak of hurricane season in the next two weeks, so we should start seeing waves that actually develop soon… Have a safe and happy holiday~  

  • Oh Hail…

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    Let’s try this again… the publish and preview buttons are eeerily similar 🙂 Video taken by one of our awesome home office staff on her way home from work last yesterday… Also, the large Mothra type creature that flew into her kitchen last night… Happy Friday!  

  • Up in Smoke

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    As we all know, many parts of the Western U.S. have been suffering from devastating wildfires this summer. The lives of 30 brave firefighters have been lost as well as over 950 homes and 30 commercial buildings. At present there are 48 large, active fires and over 1 billion has been spent thus far in…
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  • Two new systems

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    In the Western Caribbean we have 92L, which is disorganized at present, but low wind shear should allow further development in the near term. The NHC is giving a 50% chance of developing by Friday and 60% by Monday. The GFS model is predicting 92 will make landfall as a weak tropical storm on Saturday,…
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