That was a fine briefing, Levi.
Thanks for the informative video update.
Best stuff Levi
98l lookin like playdayz for the E coast wave chasers. Pray fer surf!
mahalo from Maui,very clear explanations,turning all my friends and relatives on to your site
any hint as to when the trades are coming back.everyone is dripping sweat,so hot and muggy.
It’s been almost ten years since Florida has been hit by a noteworthy hurricane, and eleven years since the “Summer of Hurricanes”. Floridians are watching the tropics with fearful anticipation of the big one hitting.
Hope to here your latest theory on Erica soon.
I am a little concerned about Erica living on coastal Broward County Fl. I am hoping this thing spins up quickly, stays to the right, and becomes a fish storm. I am thinking if it stays a weak tropical storm, there is a greater chance for this thing to find itself in the Bahamas. I don’t think that would be a good thing cause our waters off shore and in the gulfstream are very warm this time of year. Hurricane Andrew took full advantage of that.
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