[Tuesday Evening] – 92L Expected to Develop; Flooding Threat to Gulf Coast States

   Posted by Levi at 8:47pm on July 9, 2019


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  • dukeev says:

    Excellent breakdown

    I like to watch your stuff and summarize it for my friends on N LSU message board. I usually get it right. There’s another guy named lsusmartbutt who plagerizes all his stuff from stirm2k and he’s been doing that since hurricane gustav. You should post on the OT lounge at tigerdroppings. Lot of good info on weather travel ball, oil and gas jobs, Jody, bath water, and overall things. Keep posting brother

  • Cody Miller says:

    Levi would you say more likely a shift west? Gut instinct.

  • Anonymous says:

    thank you Levi

  • Harry Kane says:

    Great work Levi

  • D-roc says:

    Thank You! You are good! been watching you for several years! Way better than Bastardi!

  • ken says:

    Really like your level head type of reporting. I really don’t expect to ever hear you giving a report while hanging on to a stop sign.

  • Bob says:

    Great prognosticating! I was an Air Traffic Controller in the Navy years ago and would periodically hop a ride on the P3 (turboprops) weather planes out of Midway Island over the Western Pacific Ocean. We flew above the “weather” most often unless the tops were at 40,000+ feet. Weather at high altitude is beautiful to observe – not so much on the ground, eh? Your reporting brings back great memories!

  • Brett says:

    Great job explaining the specifics and I learned a lot about steering forces. Love your site, makes me feel like a semi pro weather forecaster. I live in Vermilion Parish, looks like we are in the cross hairs. Now time to prepare for a potential cat 1.

  • Anonymous says:

    Some models earlier in the day said it could be a cat 2

  • Anonymous says:

    Now the models say it will be a cat 1, but you never know

  • jenny just says:

    Thank you Levi…another great video! I learn so much from them…I hope you do another tonight! :)

  • LJS says:

    Great assessment of Barry when named! Thanks Levi!

  • Anonymous says:

    @LJS: it is not named yet so you are slightly wrong, sorry

  • Anonymous says:

    @LJS it is now Potential Tropical Cyclone Two

  • Anonymous says:

    Everybody: It is Potential Tropical Cyclone Two

  • tjohn729 says:

    Why is it currently named Two? Is there a pre-depression naming convention?

  • Anonymous says:

    Planes are flying into the tropical cyclone

  • Wyatt says:

    Did they find a LLC near 27.5 87. Look at recon!

  • Anonymous says:

    Mark from Hurricanetrack.com says it will become Tropical Storm Berry

  • Joey B says:

    This will be a big rainmaker for Louisiana.

  • Anonymous says:

    If you look at the visable loop under the mouth of the mississippi river at the coast in louisiana, it looks like there is a low there. Does anyone else see that, and what could it be, and will Levi do another video?

  • Fred77 says:

    Levi – Thanks for the great reporting. Keep ‘er goin! Referring all my contacts in FL and up north to your site.

  • Wyatt says:

    Similar movement to Irma. What I mean is a sharp north turn.

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