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  1. #11
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    Yup, hopefully just like June


    Quote Originally Posted by natkitchen View Post
    Just get into the Gulf so we can have some surf. We definately need it more than those Mid Atlantic guys

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by natkitchen View Post
    Just get into the Gulf so we can have some surf. We definately need it more than those Mid Atlantic guys
    I'm all for it, caught some waist to chest in the Gulf last night after work, was pretty fun actually, a bit sloppy but every now and then it would line up nicely, but if it goes East Coast i'm good w/that too, either way I win and it's going to be fun

  3. #13
    These "Tropical Tidbits" video forecasts are great. Thanks for posting on here. The guy talking obviously knows his stuff and he was right on about the storm gaining moisture and cloud formation after it crossed the 50W line into warmer water... it was a good call.

    Well things are definitely looking interesting this morning with 2 potential storm tracks heading our way. Funny we might get swell from the second storm first as it comes up and makes it's turn around Bermuda sometime next week..

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    Lot of land mass and mountains this storm has to deal with coming across DR, Haiti, and Cuba. Kind of hard to imagine it staying cat 1 over all that mess.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchell View Post
    Lot of land mass and mountains this storm has to deal with coming across DR, Haiti, and Cuba. Kind of hard to imagine it staying cat 1 over all that mess.
    ..That's true.. but do you remember, I think it was Irene last year, was weakened quite a bit over those mountains...

  6. #16
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    https://www.fnmoc.navy.mil/wxmap_cgi...6&set=SeaState

    100% chance of forecast innacurracy, but it doesnt stop us from geeking on all the reports. Been a long summer. We'll all get waves come sep/oct. Keep the faith.

    "Go-Cart Mozart was checking out the weather charts
    to see if it was safe to go outside...." Boss

  7. #17
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    Irene passed mostly north of the big islands like Cuba and DR.


  8. #18
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    The islands rip the storm apart more if it passes south of the islands putting the NE quadrant over the mountains. If it stays on the current track the NE qaudrant will be in the water leaving it to maintain the cat 1 status.

  9. #19
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    Eat a B====-D Gulf! Isaac and Invest 96 OWE YOU NOTHING!


    They do, however, owe SE NC a whole, whole lot.
    Last edited by Erock; Aug 22, 2012 at 02:51 PM. Reason: type-o

  10. #20
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    I would love another pass like this. Maybe stay more off the coast through the North East.
    Quote Originally Posted by mitchell View Post
    Irene passed mostly north of the big islands like Cuba and DR.