Isaias Likely to Form and Impact Hispaniola, Cuba, Bahamas, and the U.S.

   Posted by Levi at 6:37pm on July 29, 2020


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  • Mb says:

    After worrying about this storm all day your clear explanation really helped me understand the variance in model runs. You have an incredible gift and your videos are the only silver lining to being in the dreaded cone. Thank you for sharing, we are all grateful for you.

    • Jake says:

      I have lived on the Gulf pretty much all my life…
      I am have seen a few of them.

      I am sure you have people in your community who have experienced a few.

      Ask them. Storm doesn’t look particularly powerful and I believe storm surges historically aren’t a major issue in that part of Florida.
      Just know what areas tend to flood with torrential rains.

      Usually most TS you are only worried about them having huge impacts if they are stationary.
      This one looks like it is somewhat of a slow mover.

      Make sure all your drains are clean and clear. Even during the TS they can get debris in them and cause flooding.

  • Jay Keller says:

    Looks like a lot of dry air inclusion occurring at the NW quadrant of this on the latest IR satellite, perhaps keeping this disorganized at best.

  • ren says:

    The analysis is complete. The jet streams are most important.

  • Anonymous says:

    Thank you Levi for your knowledgeable insite on these storms and look forward to hearing your forecast tomorrow

  • Jimbo says:

    Your the MAN Levi!!! Saw some of your tweets quoted on another site, and you were spot on with your analysis. Like others have said, your straight forward delivery is much appreciated, and very professional.

    As an owner of Gulf Shrimp boats that work from Brownsville Tx to Daytona Beach Fl, your incite serves many more folks than you think.

    Keep up the great work!!!

  • sam says:

    AS ever, smack on Levi

  • Cory Nickerson says:

    I consider you the Carl Sagan of hurricanes. You may not be the best forecaster in the world, but your ability to take a very complex topic and make it easily digestable and understandable by laymen is an incredible talent.

  • tim says:

    Fantastic explanation and solid reasoning for extrapolation of potential intensification.

    Feel bad for the ship providing telemetry but it is also very well positioned.

  • Clare Jones says:

    Thank you for the succinct and easy to understand 15 mins…
    I don’t have time to watch over an hour of video elsewhere to get the info I needs.. Love your site.. so clean and easy to find everything.

  • Alexander Kushch says:

    I have been using your website for years, you are spot on and very meticulous, calm and a true pleasure to listen and watch you digest mountains of meteorological material. I have learned a lot over the years from you and continue to do so. Keep up the great work!

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