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43. catastropheadjuster
12:53 AM GMT on February 12, 2010
Hey Drak, how ya doing?
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42. PcolaDan
12:36 AM GMT on February 12, 2010
testing testing
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41. Drakoen
2:11 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
Quoting StSimonsIslandGAGuy:
Thanks! I was wondering about that terminology being thrown around.


No problem!
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39. palmbaywhoo
2:01 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
keep your head up, tommorows a new day, see ya!
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38. Drakoen
1:57 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
Quoting palmbaywhoo:
heyy look at me! i am posting on the black sheep blog!! lol


LOL!
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37. palmbaywhoo
1:56 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
heyy look at me! i am posting on the black sheep blog!! lol
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36. Drakoen
1:55 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
Nice detailed graphics their Adrian! Hopefully we won't have to deal with any of those.


Quoting StSimonsIslandGAGuy:
What's studied in a remote sensing class?


Quicksat, Surface Observations, Microwave imagery, Precipitable water imagery, Upper air soundings
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34. hurricane23
1:53 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
Hey Drakeon....Messing around with a couple of classic storms useing pressure contours.Only a matter of time before history repeats itself.

1935 Keys Hurricane...



1926 Miami Hurricane...

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33. Drakoen
1:50 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
Quoting GetReal:
Good evening to you Drak... I have been lurking with nothing much to add to any tropical discussion... IMO, with the ITCZ finally lifting north, and westerly shear also slacking off, I do believe that there will be some REAL activity to follow in the next ten days.


Keep up the excellent work!!!


Yes it is possible although nothing is imminent as we head deeper into August we really gotta watch think as conditions overall become more favorable. Thanks for stopping by!
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32. GetReal
1:48 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
Good evening to you Drak... I have been lurking with nothing much to add to any tropical discussion... IMO, with the ITCZ finally lifting north, and westerly shear also slacking off, I do believe that there will be some REAL activity to follow in the next ten days.


Keep up the excellent work!!!
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31. SevereHurricane
1:47 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
Quoting Drakoen:
Since I have been banned I have been the topic off conversation. LOL!


I guess some people like to gossip.
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30. SevereHurricane
1:46 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
Quoting Drakoen:


A closed area of low pressure form that has completely bent the flow within the ITCZ. It pulls away from the ITCZ to better establish itself as the circulation becomes more defined.


Thank You Drakoen. That all makes perfect sense, and now I better understand how the ITCZ works.
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29. Drakoen
1:43 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
Since I have been banned I have been the topic off conversation. LOL!
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28. Drakoen
1:40 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
People are still talking about me on Weather456's blog. LOL! Really? You have nothing else to talk about?
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27. Drakoen
1:39 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
Quoting SevereHurricane:


What causes perturbation's that are dependent on the ITCZ to spin off?


A closed area of low pressure form that has completely bent the flow within the ITCZ. It pulls away from the ITCZ to better establish itself as the circulation becomes more defined.
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26. SevereHurricane
1:37 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
Quoting Drakoen:


Correct. When we look at the Quicksat we see winds coming west and winds coming from east that meet up creating a convergence axis. This axis is where the lift occurs. The disturbance is very entangle within the ITCZ.


What causes perturbation's that are dependent on the ITCZ to spin off?
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25. Stormchaser2007
1:23 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
Updated IR:

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24. Drakoen
1:14 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
Quoting SevereHurricane:


Thanks, and the lift from the convergence at 1000MB causes lift thus creating convection.

Looking at satellite imagery it looks like the disturbance entangled in the ITCZ. Do you agree?


Correct. When we look at the Quicksat we see winds coming west and winds coming from east that meet up creating a convergence axis. This axis is where the lift occurs. The disturbance is very entangle within the ITCZ.
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23. SevereHurricane
1:12 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
Quoting Drakoen:


Correct. These disturbances typical start out as a line of convergence with a bend in the flow (cyclonically curved band.


Thanks, and the lift from the convergence at 1000MB causes lift thus creating convection.

Looking at satellite imagery it looks like the disturbance entangled in the ITCZ. Do you agree?
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22. Drakoen
1:08 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
Quoting SevereHurricane:


Just checking my vocabulary.

Is "perturbation" just a fancy word for disturbance?


Correct. These disturbances typical start out as a line of convergence with a bend in the flow (cyclonically curved band.
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21. SevereHurricane
1:07 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
Quoting Drakoen:


It could potentially develop into something as the perturbation tightens up. Right now there is not enough support to suggest development of a tropical storm.


Just checking my vocabulary.

Is "perturbation" just a fancy word for disturbance?
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19. Drakoen
12:54 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
Quoting StSimonsIslandGAGuy:
Do you see anything out there that could develop into a depression in the next 3 days? I don't....


It could potentially develop into something as the perturbation tightens up. Right now there is not enough support to suggest development of a tropical storm.
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17. Drakoen
12:49 AM GMT on August 03, 2009
LOL banned from the Weather456's monkey cage blog.

Line of convergence/perturbation south of the CV islands should be watch for development. There are no signs of a surface low at this time.
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15. Stormchaser2007
10:21 PM GMT on August 02, 2009
Looks like a code problem...he should fix it hopefully by later tonight.
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14. Drakoen
10:18 PM GMT on August 02, 2009
Quoting SevereHurricane:
What I want to know is how did JFV make the last post?


He edited it.
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13. SevereHurricane
10:16 PM GMT on August 02, 2009
What I want to know is how did JFV make the last post?
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12. weatherwatcher12
9:57 PM GMT on August 02, 2009
I was surprised when it stopped at 2003. I thought it was capable of going past 3000
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11. hurricane23
9:56 PM GMT on August 02, 2009
SAL impacting the blogs...
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9. Drakoen
9:48 PM GMT on August 02, 2009
Quoting aquak9:
heck I've calculated one post every five seconds on Doc's blog...like when Ike FINALLY entered the gulf...


LOL!
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8. aquak9
9:46 PM GMT on August 02, 2009
heck I've calculated one post every five seconds on Doc's blog...like when Ike FINALLY entered the gulf...
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5. aquak9
9:40 PM GMT on August 02, 2009
IF (really big if) Yak is around, he'll be notified shortly.

2000 comments, eh? Heck that could cover less than four hours if there's something really going on out there.
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4. Drakoen
9:36 PM GMT on August 02, 2009
Quoting Stormchaser2007:
2002 comments sounds like an odd place to stop.


Yea it does. The blogs usually are capable of going much further into the thousands. I've never seen their limit
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3. Drakoen
9:33 PM GMT on August 02, 2009
Maybe it's their way of getting us to post in Weather456's blog. This is bull...
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2. aquak9
9:32 PM GMT on August 02, 2009
report it to WunderYakuza, Drakoen. There's been other blog issues going on, as well...
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1. Stormchaser2007
9:31 PM GMT on August 02, 2009
2002 comments sounds like an odd place to stop.
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