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[Monday] Hurricane Fiona moving toward the Turks and Caicos Islands

   Posted by Levi at 12:30pm on September 19, 2022


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  • This is such a great blog. Thank you for sharing your talent with everyone. You are an inspiration.

  • Joel Lanier says:

    Levi, Looking forward to your discussion about the new South America system. GFS. is becoming consistent about its’ development and potential track. It has my attention.

  • Joel Lanier says:

    Joelanier@icloud.com
    Correct email address
    I run WeatherPond Group on Facebook

  • Brice Keller says:

    Hey Levi, First thank you for the effort you put into this page. Iam in Sarasota Florida, have a 37 ft sailboat, on mooring ball. Like Joel mentioned, the system just bumped up to %70 percent chance of development. Models are in agreement for Hurricane in GOM. I know its early to say for sure. IMHO the conditions are close to perfect for tropical develop. Tk. You Levi.

  • Owen says:

    Hey Levi, I also agree with the 70% because the next 2 days on INVEST 98-L is up to 70% with the next 5 days being at 90%. That just came out on the latest update from the NHC.

  • Julio Stieffel says:

    Great website. It beats Tracking the Tropics by a lot. Thanks again, Julio

  • Gary Fifolt says:

    Are the maps on your youtube channel available to the public?

  • Max Adams says:

    Wow…this is very terrible. I need to be in Caicos Islands in last month for work for developing CRM system for business. I don’t know if it’s worth going there.

  • drift boss says:

    Considering that the next 2 days on INVEST 98-L are up to 70% and the following 5 days are at 90%, I also concur with the 70%.

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