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Watching 97L and 98L for Development During Next Few Days

   Posted by Levi at 9:21pm on August 18, 2020




  • Susan Peehl says:

    Thanks, Levi.
    When is it that you start considering the HWRF and HMON models? They seem to be amping 98L up quite fast.

    • Levi says:

      It’s hard to use them effectively early on, because they have stark biases for storms that have not yet developed, especially east of the Caribbean. But they aren’t worth nothing.

  • Luis M. Juliá says:

    As always, your analysis is excellent. For us amateurs it’s like being in a classroom learning meteorology.
    I live in Puerto Rico so residents of the island really appreciate our posts.
    Thanks, Levi.

  • Marcie says:

    So easy to understand, you are amazing. This is must see tv during hurricane season!

  • Donna Moore-Lavoie says:

    Thanks so much for these clear descriptions. Very informative! Those of us in Florida appreciate keeping an eye on developing storms. Thanks so much!

  • Dave says:

    Thanks Levi, well done, easy to understand and great background. Excellent add to the info on the site.

  • sam hill says:

    Thx Dr. C another great analysis! Really appreciate your op-ed on storm season… as mentioned above, “must see tv” !

  • Ann says:

    Thank you!

  • donald l powers says:

    Thanks Levi for the VERY informative update. I dont have a clue where one would look for this type of information if you were not doing it. You are providing a TREMENDOUS service.

  • ren says:

    The hurricane is approaching the California Peninsula.

  • Laura says:

    Thank you so much for such clear and informative insight! I look forward to these updates everyday. Both the meteorology and non-meteorology communities greatly benefit from your expertise.

  • 4Allen says:

    Thank you Levi for a very understandable and informative analysis.

  • ren says:

    “Genevieve formed Sunday night as a tropical storm and rapidly accelerated to become a Category 4 hurricane before weakening slightly. Although initially expected to pass well west of the Baja peninsula, Genevieve took an unexpected turn north, bringing it closer to land than was first projected.

    This track is similar to Hurricane Odile, which made landfall on September 14, 2014, near Cabo San Lucas with 205 kilometer-per-hour winds and dropped up to 220 millimeters of rain. The cyclone caused widespread damage to the resort destination.

    With Odile as a not-so-distant memory, supermarkets in Los Cabos were mobbed Tuesday as panicked residents stocked up on supplies.”

  • HarryKane says:

    Thank You Dr. Levi.

  • JC says:

    Thank you for your class. Excellent explanation

  • Anonymous says:

    So Deep South Texas won’t see this ???

  • Thank you so much. A friend of mine just give me your site URL. I own a tennis club in Vero Beach FL and as you know too well we have been in the mix for a few years. I have booked marked your site.
    Thank you will keep tuning in!

  • Harvey says:

    Excellent analysis as always

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