Sunday: Danny Weakening on Approach to the Lesser Antilles; Invest 98L Following Behind; Kilo Less of a Threat to Hawaii

   Posted by Levi at 5:25pm on August 23, 2015


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  • Brian Osburn says:

    That was a fine briefing, Levi.

  • Rick Billings says:

    Thanks for the informative video update.

  • NSB says:

    Best stuff Levi

  • BZ says:

    98l lookin like playdayz for the E coast wave chasers. Pray fer surf!

  • Patrick says:

    mahalo from Maui,very clear explanations,turning all my friends and relatives on to your site

  • Patrick says:

    any hint as to when the trades are coming back.everyone is dripping sweat,so hot and muggy.

  • Joe says:

    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.

  • Patrick says:

    Hope to here your latest theory on Erica soon.

  • HarryCane says:

    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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