Dorian Struggling More Today – Long-Term Future Still Uncertain

   Posted by Levi at 2:53pm on July 26, 2013

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  • Tj says:

    Thanks Levi you are always the person I look too for great information. Thank you so much for your service on WU.

  • Warren says:

    I think I found this site through drudgereport.com. It is the best and most comprehnesive tropical weather reporting I’ve ever seen. Living on the gulf coast, it is of great intrest to me. I will be telling all my friends to check it out. Thanks, Levi. Good Luck and keep up the good work.

  • Scott says:

    Agreed.. very good information. I will be coming back all season now that im living in south florida

  • EagleHarbotZig says:

    Thanks for a great report Levi.

    I wonder if you know of any problem that NOAA or Weather Underground had yesterday around 2:00 PM. Weather Underground showed that all local Jacksonville FL weather radio stations were down and I checked and it looked like all continental US and Hawaii weather radar was also “down for maintenance.” I did not check Alaska or international radars.

  • Andrew says:

    It looks like the obituary is being written on Dorian, but these storms like Dorian and Chantal are moistening the atmosphere for the real season.

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