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    Danielle, Earl,..Fiona

    Reports are saying very likely chance of Fiona forming. Looks like waves for the foreseeable future. I think the territorial talk can relax a bit. Looks like there's going to be enough for everyone to get their fill of waves. Everyone enjoy the next week or two!

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    Hey Swellinfo,
    Is the Wednesday/Thursday swell the early showings of Earl? Or is it still the effects of Danielle?

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    That's earl. Danielle will be long gone by then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beaner View Post
    That's earl. Danielle will be long gone by then.
    true that.

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    nice, we start to get swell right as i have a ****ton of summer work that i have been putting off all summer. Guess itll have to be done the night before skool starts.

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    Fiona!

    Fiona! Is that seriously the name? Also, am I the only one who can stop thinking.... "Scotty doesn't know that Fiona and me, do it in my van every Sunday, Scotty Doesn't know! Scotty doesn't know!"

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    Hurricane Earl

    My first post:

    (soon to be) Hurricane Earl could brush the mid-atlantic coastline or come very close to brushing us.

    http://raleighwx.easternuswx.com/mod...nvest2best.gif

    That link shows you a variety of models and their track for Earl. Most of them have Earl brush the coastline.

    http://moe.met.fsu.edu/tcgengifs/gfs...2818/slp26.png

    That is the most known and used model in the US and it shows a monster 75 miles off the coast line and it drops 3" of rain along the coast.

    http://icons-pe.wunderground.com/dat...1007_model.gif

    Some other models curve Earl out to sea before it gets near us and we'll see if the NHC agrees with that at 11pm.

    If Earl gets close to us, it will create 14-22ft waves along the oceanside of Delaware, closing Rehoboth Beach and the roads in town, which i actually experienced before from a nor'easter, except this time it could be a major hurricane.
    Last edited by ywctroy76; Aug 29, 2010 at 01:52 AM.