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Whew. That’s a lot. Thanks as always for your thoughtful insights Levi. We’ll be watching as Florence heads west.
Probably the most helpful discussion on modeling and tropical forecasts I’ve ever seen.
Thank you very much.
Thank you, Levi.
Thank you. We’re in OBX this week & next and are making just-in-case plans. Your explanation’s are the most thorough & informative out there. Thank you.
Thank you, Levi! Love your explanations. I greatly appreciate the time you invest in understanding and explaining what you think is happening and what may happen in the future.
Great news so far for us in S FL.
Thank you for the update.
IDK…needless to say I’m getting more worried with the constant SW shifts.
Thank you for the breakdown
Awesome breakdown, thanks Levi!
Always enjoy you analysis and commentary, so much better than the weather channel!!
Thanks, Levi. Your explanations are without a doubt the best ever.
Levi, I just discovered your site. It’s very informative, especially for those of us who are not technical experts. Thanks!
Outstanding report, Levi, you continue to amaze me and your readers with your ability to explain the complicated in a clear and relatively concise manner. Good job.
So good to have a precise, thoughtful explanation of what’s happening in the tropics. The MSM is full of noise and posers and it’s difficult to tell what is the real forecast.
Thank you Levi. I tell everyone I know in Florida to tune into Tropical Tidbits for useful information. Really appreciate your webcasts!
Great site and you call it right on storms. I’m in Charleston, SC and going to check my generator now.
Thank you for all the information. I’ll keep checking back.
looking forward to your next video, tks Levi,
Pop’s Sarasota FL.
Thanks Levi! I have been using your commentary and website to stay informed for a few years and it is the single best source for hurricane related information, even though I am fairly ignorant to a lot of the features I am learning more and more.
Flo will cause fuel prices to go higher on the east coast.
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