As usual, so clear, so concise, so much appreciated! Thanks, Sir.
Thank you very much for your time and expertise! Truly enjoy your work. Living in Florida you’ve been on our radar since last year when we followed your reports through Dorian. Thank you please continue your excellent work!
Levi, thanks on behalf of all of your readers. We sincerely appreciate you taki guess the time to post these informative and unbiased observations.
Deja vu all over again. Get some rest Levi. It’s going to be a long hurricane season. Thanks.
Really enjoy this website. I look at the pages 4 or 5 times a day and find the videos very informative.
Thank you, your blogs are very concise and you explain things in very easy to understand ways. As a newbie to Florida I feel better after listening to your commentary.
Great as always but please pronounce the hurricane correctly. It is ee-sa-EE-us, not ee-SIGH-us. Thanks and keep up the brilliant diagnostics.
Please give me the punchline.,.
so glad you pointed that out
Minor point, and not even worth mentioning. Levi gives us the best, most informative weather information. It’s rude and ungrateful to make an issue out of something so unimportant.
The high sea surface temperature off the US east coast will provide water vapor for the hurricane.
You are my family’s favorite and most reliable meteorologist out there- thank you!
Everything you say is factual, precise, and down to earth. Even
my kids understand your videos and what’s happening in the tropics.
I’m not quite sure how I feel about the comment above (referring to their need for proper name pronunciation of a hurricane).
I hope that was an inside joke!
It was distracting and it’s not even the point of this video.
Most could care less how anyone accentuates it because most feel it’s a storm- it’s on the map and it’s coming at me.
We care about you and are grateful you are here giving us your time; along with accurate and educational information
Be safe and keep the tropicane schooling coming ! 😎
I agree with your opinion about the author of the blog.
Is not Isaiah was a prophet? Sorry Isaias, in Polish Isajash.
exactly my thoughts, they can call it Bobo
Keep up the good work Levi. A lot of people rely on you. Dave Utter
The hurricane is clearly visible at the level of 500-700 hPa.
Love your commentary. It’s clear and informative minus the sensationalism I find in most hurricane coverage (TWC actually had a chiron on screen last night for “Covidcane 2020.” Thank you Levi!
Love it. Thank you. Regarding hurricanes and tropical storms I refer Dr Levi to all my friends, family and clients. Precise, informative and delivered without ceremony. This is the way news should be delivered.
HH just saw 978mb on last pass through. Dropping fast.
With SST being elevated, any reduction in shear is gonna be a game changer!
As always.. thanks for the analysis.
I wish I had found this BLOG before Hurricane Michael pulverized my city. Thank you, Dr. Levi. I will be using your site exclusively in the future for my hurricane information.
The hurricane’s eye has passed over the largest island of the Bahamas and enters the open waters.
The hurricane’s external winds are already reaching the southern tip of Florida.
Same place Andrew blew up
Levi’s website/blog is a tremendous resource for some like me trying to learn about the science of meteorology. The education and information I get from it is tremendous. So glad I found it.
Love this site. Never commented but have watched for a couple years. Thanks for keeping us rubes informed Levi.
Joe Bastardi at weatherbell is the one that turned me on to your site.
BTW Joe believes that though the storm is weakening as I write this it will come back and be a CAT II by the time it gets off the east coast of Florida.
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