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    Danielle

    http://www.weather.com/outlook/weath...10-08-18?role=

    Decent, quick article about the what-ifs.

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    it looks like it will most likely stay off the coast and stay in the atlantic, but we could still get some swell from it, hopefully it comes a bit closer than it is showing

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    looks like our first open atlantic ocean hurricane is miss danielle

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    hopefully she will please us well.

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    Look mostly at the Swell period graphs 14-15 seconds

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    All the models are showing her passing east of Bermuda. Gonna have to reach Cat 4 to send even a decent bump our way from that far out.

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    Some forecasters think the predicted path is overly optimistic, and calling for the possibility of a hit to bermuda. Also the upper level anticyclone that is moving into place will effectively turbocharge this storm.. going to be interesting how it plays out

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    great post

    great post, lots of good stuff if you just keep clicking and reading. i especially like this one.
    http://ruc.noaa.gov/hfip/tcact/cur/t....2010.nhem.htm
    it's basically a map created from a database for all tropical activity in the atlantic (global, actually) since 1979. it would be really awesome to see data from 1938/44 when those really big ones hit, but i guess that stuff doesn't actually exist...

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    Quote Originally Posted by live aloha View Post
    it would be really awesome to see data from 1938/44 when those really big ones hit, but i guess that stuff doesn't actually exist...
    Atlantic annual tropical storm/hurricane tracks back to the 1800s are here...i would be a bit skeptical of the accuracy/completeness of the data prior to 1900 since it was based almost entirely on ship reports and large parts of the atlantic are outside of the shipping lanes.

    And your right ... 1944 does look pretty nasty

    http://www.wunderground.com/hurricane/hurrarchive.asp

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    Quote Originally Posted by rDJ View Post
    All the models are showing her passing east of Bermuda. Gonna have to reach Cat 4 to send even a decent bump our way from that far out.
    What? Cat 4? Look at Colin's strength and track....and what it provided.