It’s all about The U, and thanks again for your dedicated excellent analysis work!
I pull my boat off my mooring ocean side in Key Largo last Saturday after listening to your excellent analysis that the storm could spin out a new storm or regenerate. By this time tomorrow 3 feet of storm surge will wash harmlessly under my home home 19 feet in the air. Thank you.
If you live in the west side of it, you shouldn’t worry that much.
This friggin storm needs to die or just go away. Man has it been dragged out and from your video, maybe another week of this. This is worse than the election. And as someone living on the west coast of the Fla peninsula I am always very anxiety filled with a storm trolling around in the gulf.
Me too, John. I remember Hurricane Charley back in 2004. I am also anxiously waiting on this storm to be over. I pray that it doesn’t strengthen into a hurricane, and that we all come through it safe and sound!
Unrelated, this storm has a Nestor-like appearance to it.
Has anyone seen the GFS 6Z run? That run with Eta is ridiculous.
I don’t get why Eta would not be drawn NE, following the SW to NE flow of the eastern edge of the trough. It seems like that is often what happens, as best as I recall other storms.
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