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    Quote Originally Posted by sigmund View Post
    They were tropical pits, barry can confirm. If not, how would you explain the undertoe?
    Swell yesterday were not tropical, yet....Monday into Tuesday. TS Arlene is head straight west, but it remains 1500 miles away. Swell at 25 MPH means about 75 hours out. Even if it turns (which it will), we will have waves already generated headed in our direction, size too early to be determined yet. But it will be a ground swell!!
    just opinion.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sigmund View Post
    They were tropical pits, barry can confirm. If not, how would you explain the undertoe?
    #tropicalpits

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    Quote Originally Posted by sigmund View Post
    They were tropical pits, barry can confirm. If not, how would you explain the undertoe?
    Now that I think about it Sigmoney, isn't tropical pits and new Hampshire an oxymoron? How did I not pick up on this blatant sarcasm to begin with?

    ...and is an undertoe the same as undertow? Or is it like a riptide?

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    Can you get caught in a camel toe?

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    only if you are toed in

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    Post-Tropical Cyclone Arlene Discussion Number 9
    NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL AL012017
    1100 AM AST Fri Apr 21 2017

    Arlene has become embedded within the circulation of a large
    extratropical cyclone, and lost most of its deep convection while
    surrounded by cold air. The post-tropical cyclone will move toward
    the southwest and south at about 20 kt until dissipation later
    today.

    This is the last advisory on Arlene. Additional information on this
    system can be found in High Seas Forecasts issued by the National
    Weather Service...under AWIPS header NFDHSFAT1 and WMO h

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    It is still a cyclone at this writing. It has even slowed down which may allow it to intensify a bit. That means it will still be producing swell, ground swell. And if we get 4-6ftr ground swell mid week next week, I will be very happy with that.
    Could I be wrong?? Absolutely. Just trying to be an optimist!!

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by JayD View Post
    Now that I think about it Sigmoney, isn't tropical pits and new Hampshire an oxymoron? How did I not pick up on this blatant sarcasm to begin with?

    ...and is an undertoe the same as undertow? Or is it like a riptide?
    Undertoe is different. It only occurs with tropical cyclones. It's like undertow, but different.