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Thread: Lets go Emily

  1. #91
    Quote Originally Posted by headrow View Post
    I think she's just gonna meander a bit --she's waiting for me to go on my vacation to the obx by the end of next week. Then she'll get fired up again.

    Swellinfo - just wondering. If this system does indeed reform, does it keep the same name? Or would a new name be issued?
    Not swellinfo, but I'm pretty sure it does

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    Quote Originally Posted by chillisurfer View Post
    Not swellinfo, but I'm pretty sure it does
    Yes, it will stay Emily... Latest models showing just a broad area of low pressure from the remnance of Emily that would produce some decent SSE fetch, especially for the banks.

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    Remember that thread about summer swells being harder to accurately forecast..? This is what I was talking about

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    well the forecast is becoming more and more short term every day... A week out, whatever. 3 days out, well, I think obx will indeed get some fun surf, and I will be on it like flies on sh*t.

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    Forecasting your average summer time swells and forecasting tropical storms are not in the same category. Emily has been a particularly hard storm to forecast, especially because she is over top the island land masses.

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    I'd like to think it's not over yet.
    http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/gtwo_atl.shtml

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    this is about how i feel right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swellinfo View Post
    Forecasting your average summer time swells and forecasting tropical storms are not in the same category. Emily has been a particularly hard storm to forecast, especially because she is over top the island land masses.
    this was kind of what i was referring to

    edit: doens't help that 44025 is down either
    Last edited by mOtion732; Aug 5, 2011 at 01:47 PM.

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    http://hamptonroads.com/2011/08/surf...waveless-ocean

    Article in Virginia Pilot on flatness.