[Tuesday Evening] Cindy Bringing Flooding Threat to the North Gulf Coast; Bret Dissipating Over the SE Caribbean

   Posted by Levi at 11:22pm on June 20, 2017


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  • S B says:

    Thanks so much for your updates. Much appreciated.

  • B Dailey says:

    Always enjoy thei analysis.

  • Mike says:

    Thanks for the in-depth, detailed analysis. Love this website. Glad I found it. Missed you from weatherunderground.

  • gene2gene says:

    Your comments mean so much just would like me!

  • harrycane says:

    Analysis was right on. Seems like Cindy was listening and followed your predictions. Right on !! Maybe if we have a Cat 4 or 5 on the horizon, maybe you can predict it harmlessly out to sea ! Thank You !!

  • Robert says:

    This new development is going to be EATEN ALIVE by the dry air it’s about to hit! NO CHANCE of further development when that happens! Weather Channel even admitted to such!

  • Ron says:

    Richard remember katrina? ABOVE NORMAL WATERS IN THE GULF, AND LOW WIND SHEAR, Sound like a certin GFS forecast ( also only a bit of dry air)

  • harrycane says:

    Hi Levi, Years ago, the scientific community talked a lot about a ten or fifteen year “cycle”, where there would be a higher than normal frequency of more storms and periods of fewer storms. I don’t here much about that now. Has this been discredited? If not, are we in a busy period or entering a slower storm formation period?

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