Will this be a rainmaker flood event for Southeast Texas?
Tropical Storm #Nicholas will dump up to 10” of rain in Southeast Texas by Wednesday.
Thank you for your videos, I grew up in south Fl ,remembering’Donna so I’ve been around storms. As I became older and watched the storm forecast, once and a while some meteorologist would show and talk for a few seconds . what is steering the hurricane. I was so happy that I found your site I always wanted to know what steers the systems, and even though I didn’t understand most of your terminology I understand enough to enjoy. Have you made a video of teaching the terminology used as it relates to your forecasting. Many enjoy your site but never comment, so keep showing your videos, enjoy Hawaii.
Thanks so much for this! I’ve been following since I found you while I was obsessing over Henri models a few weeks back. My business is on the CT shoreline & I’ve now included Tropical Tidbits in my daily storm routine.
People still are without electricity in some portions of Louisiana, two weeks after Ida. All you see in some areas, are blue tarps on roofs.
I am so happy that you have this site.
It is so difficult to know anything, because no one really explains anything.
Thank you so much.
I have followed you since you were a very young college student…very happy for your success!!
Any possibility of Nicholas coming closer to the Fla panhandle?
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