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    'cane swell by next weekend?


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    nice

    sorry admin! didn't even know about this feature...nice though! thanx again 4 everything u offer on this site, everone appreciates greatly!

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    no worries... just trying to get the word out about the Swellinfo hurricane tracking.

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    startin' 2 git worried about Fay! the l8est projection path haz hur sumwhere in the mid-atlantic states still by Sat!? the wind field izn't even near our window! shee might just to straight up 2 Canada or run right over us instead uv givin' us swell!? i thought shee would recurve back in2 the atlantic by Sat...right now they have hur headin' in a straight northerly direction, 2 canada...this wood totally suck...

    http://www.swellinfo.com/tropical/in...tropsystempage

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    huh?

    wow, this nu track iz really F#kin' w/ my head! @ this pt, we'll never c wavez from Fay! doin' this 90 degree turn, 4 da wurse!
    http://www.swellinfo.com/tropical/in...age&hwvmetric=

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    ya, not looking to good north of hatteras.

    maybe it will do a loop-d-loop and go back into the gulf and then go back to the atlantic again. That would be crazy.

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    yea, i've seen krazyer thingz happin!

    doo u think it's possible that when Fay movez off the east coast uv FL, that hur outer bandz could send us sum southerly G-swell by sat? i think it's a remote possibility, only b-cuz Fay'z xpected 2 b cat. 1 status by 2morrow, at that position...@ cat. 1 force windz, it only takes a little bit to send sum swell...but how far she movez off the coast iz the real factor...while i don't think this scenaria will happen, i like 2 stay hopeful and will continue 2monitor the quikscat modelz az they update...south carolina/southern north carolina are sposta git BLASTED!

    http://www.swellinfo.com/tropical/in...tormid=6&size=
    Last edited by kman; Aug 19, 2008 at 09:41 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kman View Post
    yea, i've seen krazyer thingz happin!

    doo u think it's possible that when Fay movez off the east coast uv FL, that hur outer bandz could send us sum southerly G-swell by sat? i think it's a remote possibility, only b-cuz Fay'z xpected 2 b cat. 1 status by 2morrow, at that position...@ cat. 1 force windz, it only takes a little bit to send sum swell...but how far she movez off the coast iz the real factor...while i don't think this scenaria will happen, i like 2 stay hopeful and will continue 2monitor the quikscat modelz az they update...south carolina/southern north carolina are sposta git BLASTED!

    http://www.swellinfo.com/tropical/in...tormid=6&size=
    doesn't look to good for north of hatteras, since the storm will be staying very close to the florida coastline.

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    diddo that...

    but on a totally seperate swell source, i've noticed several modelz callin' 4 decent-sized swell (e/se@12sec) from a rather large atlantic High, dominatin' the whole atlantic, by next week, startin' Sunday? lastin' thru early next week...n-e thoughts on this? thanx admin!