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  1. #91
    Quote Originally Posted by windswellsucks View Post
    the storm behind 93L is the one to get frothing about
    Yeah bro, do tell

  2. #92
    Quote Originally Posted by windswellsucks View Post
    the storm behind 93L is the one to get frothing about
    Really? What storm? There are none.
    93L will be gone in a couple days, and there are only minor disturbances behind it. No storms to speak of

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    vanishing...never know tho

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    FNMOC swell map looking slightly favorable for surf about 180 out.

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    I froth for all storms.

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    Today's updated ENS model. They haven't updated it this afternoon. Waiting to see whats up.

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    NOAA has a little more confidence, upgrading it's chances to develop to 70%+

    I am sure we are all looking at the same data from the same sources, so if no one else updates, I will do my best to do so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanna View Post
    link?
    I am assuming he is talking about this one: It's about 4 days behind 93L heading west off the NW coast of Africa.

    ATLC TROPICAL WAVE FROM 16N31W TO LOW PRES NEAR 09N31W 1012 MB
    MOVING W AT 15 KT. BETWEEN 60 NM AND 120 NM NW QUADRANT OF LOW
    PRES WINDS 20 TO 25 KT. SEAS TO 8 FT.
    .24 HOUR FORECAST TROPICAL WAVE FROM 17N36W TO LOW PRES NEAR
    09N34W 1012 MB. BETWEEN 45 NM AND 120 NM N QUADRANT OF LOW PRES
    WINDS 20 TO 25 KT. SEAS 8 FT.
    .48 HOUR FORECAST LOW PRES DISSIPATED. TROPICAL WAVE FROM 18N42W
    TO 09N42W. FROM 11N TO 14N BETWEEN 38N AND 44W WINDS 20 KT OR
    LESS. SEAS TO 8 FT IN MIXED NE AND SW SWELL.

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    ugh...Refer to the wind maps...

    WindSwellSucks, you're spot on.

    93L will only make it if she gets to the gulf. We will see her return as an area of low pressure at a later date if that works out.

  10. #100
    Flhurricane.com:

    "Vortex message from Recon a little while ago confirms a closed surface circulation with maximum winds of about 40-45 MPH. If 93L doesn't open up into nothing more than a vigorous wave, which it may very well end up doing if convection doesn't begin building back up, and soon, then odds favor Tropical Storm Bertha being declared prior to its passage through or by the Antilles.

    Some of the key stats from the Vortex
    Time of Center Fix: 31st day of the month at 19:59:50Z
    Center Fix Location: 417 miles (671 km) to the ESE (103) from Bridgetown, Barbados
    Maximum Surface Wind: 40kts (~ 46.0mph)
    Minimum Sea Level Pressure: 1007mb (29.74 inHg) - Extrapolated
    Maximum Flight Level Temp & Pressure Altitude Outside Eye: 23C (73F)
    Maximum Flight Level Temp & Pressure Altitude Inside Eye: 25C (77F)

    In addition to the WC-130 which penetrated the center multiple times, the Gulfstream (G-IV) has been sampling the air all around 93L today. Combined, the data from both of these missions will be fed into the models and coming runs should be much better for it. "