Audio was pretty unintelligible tonight. Thanks for all you do
Thank you but audio 8s awful, worse than normal which is weak.
If you are having problems with the audio then check some of the older posts – they are all good and this would tell you that it might be a local problem on your computer or YouTube might be having issues. The audio on this post seems fine to me.
In the Isaias “8:17pm on August 2, 2020” video at approximately 0:55 there’s weather radar from somewhere I couldn’t make out. I heard “FSU” but then… Martins & Baum? Martinsen Balm? I tried googling for something similar sounding but didn’t find anything. Could you clarify, please? I’ve never seen that one and living in EC Florida it’s always good to have more sources for wx radar! The NWS in Melbourne goes offline at the worst times (thankfully not recently).
(also found the audio very faint; had to crank everything up to max in order to hear it)
Mark Nissenbaum’s radar site on FSU:
Calm cool and collected Dr. And that is appreciated when
the storm hits the fan !
I agree, audio was bad…
Audio was fine for me.
Sitting in Boca Raton, FL tonight I can see intense lightning flashes from that NE quadrant of Isaias on average every 33 secinds. The Bahamas just can’t catch a break!
Thanks Levi (from St. Augustine, Fl),
You are always appreciated.
Best wishes, Richard
Valley of jet stream falls far south over eastern Texas. The storm is approaching to land.
Oops! Awful audio. Difficult to understand unless wearing phones, otherwise great report as usual. Thanks, Levi.
I wish that you could enlarge the projected path, It’s too small to read at all.
Thank you for such a great analysis.
If I’m interpreting your comment correctly…
larger versions can be found here
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Missed your report last night,I live on Marthas Vineyard and need to be updated, I have other sources but you’re the best
Yes we all missed last nights report
major cat, 970mb
Levi, the GFS model is consistently pointing to a significant system in the Gulf of Mexico August 19 – August 22. Very large and very low pressure. Any comments about this possibility? Appears low wind shear, lots of moisture moving in and hot water.
Levi never follows through to landfall.Then he leaves old stuff on the home page for days……..Yeah he is the best, NOT
A tropical storm threatens Puerto Rico.
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