Kyle speeds towards Nova Scotia

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 4:44 PM GMT on September 28, 2008

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Hurricane Kyle is racing towards a landfall in Nova Scotia late tonight or early Monday morning, and has likely peaked in intensity. Visible satellite loops show a rather un-hurricane like appearance to the storm, whose center is exposed to view with all the heavy thunderstorm activity on the north side. Despite the non-traditional appearance of the storm, Kyle was generating winds near hurricane force at about 7 am EDT today, according to data from the Hurricane Hunters. Buoy 44011 about 200 miles east of Hyannis, MA, recorded sustained winds of 60 mph, gusting to 80 mph, at 11:50 am EDT. Waves were 22 feet high at the buoy, which is on the strong (east) side of Kyle.


Figure 1. Current estimated rainfall for Kyle.

The forecast
Wind shear is 30 knots over Kyle, and the water temperatures are cooling quickly, now that the storm has crossed north of the Gulf Stream. This combination of effects should induce steady weakening. The HWRF, GFDL, and SHIPS intensity models forecast a strength of 55 mph, 65 mph, and 70 mph, respectively, for Kyle at landfall over the southwestern part of Nova Scotia. A landfall intensity of 60-65 mph is a good bet. Winds of this level should cause widespread power outages and tree damage over western Nova Scotia, but only light structural damage. Kyle's expected storm surge of 1-2 feet should not cause major flooding, but its large 10-foot high battering waves could cause considerable coastal erosion. Kyle is moving fast enough that rains are only expected to be 2-4 inches, which should not cause major river flooding. Rains over eastern Massachusetts from Kyle (and the remnants of the unnamed storm that hit the East Coast on Thursday) were as high as four inches (Figure 1).

Links to follow
Provincetown, MA weather
Bar Harbor, ME weather
Yarmouth, Nova Scotia weather
Nova Scotia radar
Buoy 44011
Buoy 44024

Yucatan disturbance
A low pressure system over the Yucatan Peninsula and the adjacent Western Caribbean waters has the potential for some slow development over the next few days. Visible satellite images show a modest-sized area of heavy thunderstorms that is currently not increasing in size. Wind shear is a moderate 10-20 knots over the region. NHC is giving this system a low (<20% chance) of developing into a tropical depression by Tuesday. Most of the models predict the low will start to develop over the next few days, although interaction with the landmass of the Yucatan Peninsula will be a problem for it. The low should lift north or northeastwards beginning Monday, and the west coast of Florida can anticipate heavy rains from this system by Wednesday. There is probably not time for this disturbance to reach tropical depression strength by Wednesday.

Several of the models predict a separate disturbance will get organized over the Western Caribbean late this week, and we'll have to watch this area closely this week.

Northern Atlantic disturbance
An extratropical low pressure system has cut off from the jet stream near 37N, 43W, about 700 miles southeast of Newfoundland, Canada. This low is over 26.5°C waters, and is slowly acquiring tropical characteristics. Heavy thunderstorm activity is building near the center of the low as it drifts westwards at 10 mph. NHC is giving this system a medium (20-50% chance) of developing into a tropical storm or tropical depression by Tuesday. By Wednesday, this storm should get caught up by the jet stream and recurved out to sea without affecting any land areas.


Figure 2. Typhoon Jangmi at 1:30 am EDT Sunday, 9/28/08. Image credit: NOAA.

Typhoon Jangmi hits Taiwan
Typhoon Jangmi hit Taiwan today as a dangerous Category 3 typhoon with 130 mph winds. Jangmi dumped up to 1.4 meters (4.6 feet) of rain in one mountainous region of Taiwan, according to news reports. Rainfall amounts in excess of one foot were common over northern Taiwan, according to the Taiwan Central Weather Bureau. Storm chaser James Reynolds filmed the landfall of Jangmi on Taiwan today, and is posting updates at http://www.typhoonfury.com/.

I'll have an update Monday.
Jeff Masters

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877. HrDelta
2:27 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting Bonedog:
Michael posted the warning I was talking about. I have never seen wording like that from the NHC or NWS.


I think we have seen this wording once before...during Hurricane Katrina.

1011 AM CDT SUN AUG 28 2005

...DEVASTATING DAMAGE EXPECTED...

.HURRICANE KATRINA...A MOST POWERFUL HURRICANE WITH UNPRECEDENTED
STRENGTH...RIVALING THE INTENSITY OF HURRICANE CAMILLE OF 1969.

MOST OF THE AREA WILL BE UNINHABITABLE FOR WEEKS...PERHAPS LONGER. AT
LEAST ONE HALF OF WELL CONSTRUCTED HOMES WILL HAVE ROOF AND WALL
FAILURE. ALL GABLED ROOFS WILL FAIL...LEAVING THOSE HOMES SEVERELY
DAMAGED OR DESTROYED.

THE MAJORITY OF INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS WILL BECOME NON FUNCTIONAL.
PARTIAL TO COMPLETE WALL AND ROOF FAILURE IS EXPECTED. ALL WOOD
FRAMED LOW RISING APARTMENT BUILDINGS WILL BE DESTROYED. CONCRETE
BLOCK LOW RISE APARTMENTS WILL SUSTAIN MAJOR DAMAGE...INCLUDING SOME
WALL AND ROOF FAILURE.

HIGH RISE OFFICE AND APARTMENT BUILDINGS WILL SWAY DANGEROUSLY...A
FEW TO THE POINT OF TOTAL COLLAPSE. ALL WINDOWS WILL BLOW OUT.

AIRBORNE DEBRIS WILL BE WIDESPREAD...AND MAY INCLUDE HEAVY ITEMS SUCH
AS HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES AND EVEN LIGHT VEHICLES. SPORT UTILITY
VEHICLES AND LIGHT TRUCKS WILL BE MOVED. THE BLOWN DEBRIS WILL CREATE
ADDITIONAL DESTRUCTION. PERSONS...PETS...AND LIVESTOCK EXPOSED TO THE
WINDS WILL FACE CERTAIN DEATH IF STRUCK.

POWER OUTAGES WILL LAST FOR WEEKS...AS MOST POWER POLES WILL BE DOWN
AND TRANSFORMERS DESTROYED. WATER SHORTAGES WILL MAKE HUMAN SUFFERING
INCREDIBLE BY MODERN STANDARDS.

THE VAST MAJORITY OF NATIVE TREES WILL BE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED. ONLY
THE HEARTIEST WILL REMAIN STANDING...BUT BE TOTALLY DEFOLIATED. FEW
CROPS WILL REMAIN. LIVESTOCK LEFT EXPOSED TO THE WINDS WILL BE
KILLED.

AN INLAND HURRICANE WIND WARNING IS ISSUED WHEN SUSTAINED WINDS NEAR
HURRICANE FORCE...OR FREQUENT GUSTS AT OR ABOVE HURRICANE FORCE...ARE
CERTAIN WITHIN THE NEXT 12 TO 24 HOURS.

ONCE TROPICAL STORM AND HURRICANE FORCE WINDS ONSET...DO NOT VENTURE
OUTSIDE!

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876. Bonedog
2:24 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
!!!!!!!!!!!!! NEW BLOG !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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875. LakeShadow
2:22 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
What I want to know is how did that woman end up i a debris pile 10 miles inland away from her original location. Is the surge that powerful to travel so far?
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874. staciahouston
2:21 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting MichaelSTL:


And it isn't like there was no warning:

LIFE THREATENING INUNDATION LIKELY!

ALL NEIGHBORHOODS...AND POSSIBLY ENTIRE COASTAL COMMUNITIES...

Yeah, I remember it and was glad to have left. I was not coastal but had to evacuate a child at school so the rest of us left as well. I have read the articles about the 400 but I also wonder how many entire families and neighbors are gone and can't report each other missing.

I suppose it seems to me officials are behaving as though most of these folks will be found in shelters. It does seem they have backed off of the idea 20,000 had stayed and rode out Ike. It must have been far fewer. For those washed out or buried when will they start declaring it? I suppose I worry if they keep the number at 30 and most of those weren't in the area; then people won't be very serious when the next storm comes. I have good friends who were very lucky this time but should not have stayed.

It just seems everyone is repeating the same line with no real substance. I understand they don't know but it keeps coming across as odd. Don't know how to probably explain the feeling I suppose.

Stacia
-caveat: I don't want it to be a horrific number of dead and would actually rather it stay at 30. I just want folks to be more serious next time. Ike wasn't as bad as it was supposed to be and it seems folks have been pretty laissez faire about it.
873. RobDaHood
2:20 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting Bonedog:
Michael posted the warning I was talking about. I have never seen wording like that from the NHC or NWS.


I was really glad to see a NWS forecaster take a stance like that. To many times you see things being "toned down". If you're wrong you look foolish, might even get chewed out by the boss, and this forecaster caught a lot of flak over that statement. But, he/she was right and it needed to be said. I was proud of him.
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872. KEHCharleston
2:14 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
G'morning All

The buoy readings from Western Caribbean and BOC (42055, 42056, 42057, 42058)have nothing of note to show this morning.

Will check again this afternoon
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871. Bonedog
2:14 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Michael posted the warning I was talking about. I have never seen wording like that from the NHC or NWS.
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869. RobDaHood
2:13 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
RE: Ike Missing Persons

Haven't commented on this cause it's hard to know what to say. But I do care.

I think we all knew that the death toll would be high. Many of the bodies will never be recovered and we will never know exactly how many.

I can't think of anything that I can personally do to improve the situation except try to help and be supportive of the survivors.

-rob
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868. BioWeather
2:12 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
847. Mine showed up in about 3 hours.
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867. cmackla
2:07 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting TampaSpin:
813. cmackla 1:17 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Well if the low everyone is talking about forming in the Western Carib it won't be coming near the gulf.


Steering suggests it would move into the GOM currently...



Well let me rephrase then....if anything were to form down there, I will have a heck of a time getting near where I live in LA. And the map I posted has a date of 10/8/2008 (9 days out from now) and judging from how the NHC cannot get it right 5 days out you take any of these models with a huge grain of salt....

We have a cold front moving down mid week so I will only worry about things forming in the BOC or off one of those fronts....plus history has shown that as we get into October two things happen:

1) We get more storms that re-curve
2) They move into Florida
866. RobDaHood
2:07 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting StormW:
847. tshirtgirl75 9:49 AM EDT on September 29, 2008
throwing it out there again...how long will it take for my icon photo to show up?


Did you save it as main profile?


That's the phrase I was trying to think of. There is a checkbox on the lower left of upload screen. that you have to mark for your main profile image. I think there was a place in the settings that you could use too once an image was uploaded but I can't find it now.

If it hasn't shown up by now I would try again.
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865. Bonedog
2:06 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
firefly it is very tragic. What is amazing to is even after the NWS said that if you stood behind in those areas you will die people stood.

I pray for the loved ones of those missing and all the families uprooted, displaced, and forever affected by the storm.
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864. NEwxguy
2:06 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting npenta519:


Yanks took the Sox 6-2 on Sunday

Yahoo!!


lol,well I guess Yankees fans have to scratch for something to cheer about to get them through a long,long off season
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863. RobDaHood
2:01 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
859. btwntx08


that's one angry looking storm!
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862. fireflymom
2:00 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
The news stations all have mentioned that approximately 400 people still missing and unaccounted for from Bolivar and Galveston. Just not much to report until they are found - if ever. the two bodies found in the storm debris piles are just tragic. The ones that were washed out to sea or deeply buried in sand will remain lost. Ike was more than most any one expected at land fall. I knew how bad it could be from Dr. Masters and this blog.
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861. TampaSpin
2:00 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
855. melly 1:54 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
I'm at work and not supposed to be looking at non-work related stuff, but I couldn't help it when you mentioned Spook Hill in Lake Wales. When I was very small me and my brother went there with my mom driving. She stopped the car at the line and put it in Neutral. Nothing happened we sat there for 5 minutes . Me and my brother started moving around in the back seat trying to get the car to roll. Nothing happened. My brother who is older than me climbed into the front seat.

"Mom had her freekin' foot on the brake"
We all almost peed our pants.


Been there also. What a great illiusion of vision that is......wow
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860. Bonedog
1:59 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
LOL Melly thats funny
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858. RobDaHood
1:57 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
melly you're a trip!
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857. RobDaHood
1:55 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting tshirtgirl75:
throwing it out there again...how long will it take for my icon photo to show up?


Initially had trouble uploading mine, but once it uploaded (problem w/javascript settings) it was a matter of minutes. Admin check the images to make sure they are apropriate, so maybe they are a little busy. Did you check the little box that says something like "make this my avatar".

go to you page and see if it is set there. Seems I had to do that too.
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856. fmbill
1:54 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting surfmom:
835Bill - use to freeze LOL - If I was up "north" by Ike, I'd have the thermal shirt on -- paddled the gulf Saturday with a long sleeve rash guard and -- it was 80degrees. I think my blood has so thinned out -- probably all those long runs in 90 degree heat (which you add an additional 20 degree for heat index - once your cooking, same when you are working out the horses)


Exactly. I really do appreciate to the cool, dry season we have here, but my skin longs for the heat & humidity. So...it usually works out that be September, I'm really looking forward to winter...and by March, I'm really looking forward to summer. There's just so much fun here year-round, I can't imagine living anywhere else.
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855. melly
1:54 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
I'm at work and not supposed to be looking at non-work related stuff, but I couldn't help it when you mentioned Spook Hill in Lake Wales. When I was very small me and my brother went there with my mom driving. She stopped the car at the line and put it in Neutral. Nothing happened we sat there for 5 minutes . Me and my brother started moving around in the back seat trying to get the car to roll. Nothing happened. My brother who is older than me climbed into the front seat.

"Mom had her freekin' foot on the brake"
We all almost peed our pants.
853. Bonedog
1:53 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
nevermind my last post. been awhile since I uploaded mine.

sorry
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852. surfmom
1:53 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting vortfix:





I have been following all this on my blog since Ike.
It's very disturbing.....here's a link:

Ike's missing
People reporting missing after Hurricane Ike, from a database by the Laura Recovery Center.

• More than 400 still missing two weeks after Hurricane Ike


This is concerning regarding the media - as I am finding the same lack of information, as well as an amazing amount of apathy among people. But when you figure that the diversity of news is regulated to just a few corporations -who ever is in charge must deem this is not important news.....I'm just incredulous, but I am about a great many things presently
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851. TheNeighbor
1:51 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting StormW:
839. LakeShadow 9:41 AM EDT on September 29, 2008
Quoting tshirtgirl75:


yep I am a screenprinter and embroidery. all kinds of ad specialty items too. 11 years in the industry...ugh seems like so long!


I know what you mean.. I've been with my husband for about 11 years...


LOL!
Are we all that bad?


Storm - that is a seriously dangerous question to ask LOL
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850. Bonedog
1:51 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
tshirt usually takes a few moments. If not try logging out then back in :)
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849. tshirtgirl75
1:51 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting TampaSpin:
847. tshirtgirl75 1:49 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
throwing it out there again...how long will it take for my icon photo to show up?


Until the Admin. approves it......no time frame...it just has to be approved.


gotcha....thank you.
848. TampaSpin
1:50 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
847. tshirtgirl75 1:49 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
throwing it out there again...how long will it take for my icon photo to show up?


Until the Admin. approves it......no time frame...it just has to be approved.
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847. tshirtgirl75
1:49 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
throwing it out there again...how long will it take for my icon photo to show up?
846. surfmom
1:48 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
835Bill - use to freeze LOL - If I was up "north" by Ike, I'd have the thermal shirt on -- paddled the gulf Saturday with a long sleeve rash guard and -- it was 80degrees. I think my blood has so thinned out -- probably all those long runs in 90 degree heat (which you add an additional 20 degree for heat index - once your cooking, same when you are working out the horses)
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845. nolesjeff
1:48 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting melly:
tshirtgirl, The Bok Tower is the one in Clermont, There is a tower also on 27 in Lake Placid


The Bok Tower is actually in Lake Wales
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844. RobDaHood
1:46 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting fmbill:


My favorite attraction is "Spook Hill". It works with emergency response vehicles just as good. :-)


ROFL - picturing the antique American Lafrance Ladder truck my dad used to own rolling up hill.

Cool place though, optical illusion that is definitely worth a short side trip to see.

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841. tshirtgirl75
1:43 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting TampaSpin:
830. tshirtgirl75 1:34 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting LakeShadow:


welcom to the blog!
let me guess..you sell t-shirts at your shop?


you caught me....actually make them.


Can you make 1 that says Red Sox suxs.....lol


LOL....now tell us how you really feel....
840. fmbill
1:41 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting RobDaHood:
804. melly

Clermont = citrus tower
Near lake wales = bok tower
Lake Placid = Lake Placid Tower or (originally) Placid Tower

Yeah, we're kinda big on towers here i guess


My favorite attraction is "Spook Hill". It works with emergency response vehicles just as good. :-)
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839. LakeShadow
1:41 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting tshirtgirl75:


yep I am a screenprinter and embroidery. all kinds of ad specialty items too. 11 years in the industry...ugh seems like so long!


I know what you mean.. I've been with my husband for about 11 years...
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838. RitaEvac
1:41 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
2 bodies found Saturday in debris piles near Galveston and Bolivar, was in the Galveston Daily news.
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837. tshirtgirl75
1:39 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting LakeShadow:


cool... silkscreen? I'm an artist, so the craft is important. Lol... silkscreening is fun. and messy (at least when I do it). but messy is fun.


yep I am a screenprinter and embroidery. all kinds of ad specialty items too. 11 years in the industry...ugh seems like so long!
835. fmbill
1:37 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting surfmom:
783Nocturnal - I kinda (w/all respect) disagree with you. Once the light changes I feel Fall. I think the seasonal changes are subtle, but maybe cause I've lived here so long, but I sense, feel, smell a change in the air....just looking at how the light and the shadows change...the different fruit tress that bear fruit, the clarity of the blue sky --once the humidity lets off, the cooling of the water/ocean - grumble, grumble and ANIMAL HAIR LOL -- it's everywhere. Horses, dog, cats chickens -- everything I care for is either blowing a coat or molting feathers


Hey surfmom...I totally agree. I was born & raised here and the changes are subtle to most, but I can definitely tell the season changes. I remember growing up that we use to "freeze" at halloween. LOL!
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833. TampaSpin
1:37 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
830. tshirtgirl75 1:34 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting LakeShadow:


welcom to the blog!
let me guess..you sell t-shirts at your shop?


you caught me....actually make them.


Can you make 1 that says Red Sox suxs.....lol
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832. LakeShadow
1:36 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting tshirtgirl75:


you caught me....actually make them.


cool... silkscreen? I'm an artist, so the craft is important. Lol... silkscreening is fun. and messy (at least when I do it). but messy is fun.
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831. tshirtgirl75
1:36 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
how long does it take for my icon picture to show up?
830. tshirtgirl75
1:34 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting LakeShadow:


welcom to the blog!
let me guess..you sell t-shirts at your shop?


you caught me....actually make them.
829. TampaSpin
1:33 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
822. npenta519 1:21 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
Quoting TampaSpin:
Just bought 3 tickets for the RAYS game on thursday......


Yanks took the Sox 6-2 on Sunday

Yahoo!!


Guess the other half wasn't too thrilled but, you couldn't talk to much smack with the Yanks out......lol
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828. Bonedog
1:33 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
sounds like a nice stick surfmom. Haven't repaired or bought a new once since the wipeout last year.

Watched many a set roll in this year from some of the storms just never went out.

Hands down Hanna was the best up here 2' overhead, groundswell, no rip, long rights. Lasted about a week that way.
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827. surfmom
1:29 PM GMT on September 29, 2008
811 awww bonedog -- wish I could fix that for you..... I got a long board, but this year I bought a fat, thick swallow-tail fish. It really boosted my learning curve...now I don't get so battered just getting to the beach (the wind)of course I can't walk the plank, but it grabs every little thing, and even if I'm late --it's very forgiving and doesn't pitch. Not to make you feel sad, perhaps to motivate you - check out the 'cane surf pics on Gulfster.com......Aurasurf too -- some very lovely waves. EasternSurfMagazine has a terrific article on Jersey surfers too!

Favorite wave maker of the season thus far -- goes to Dolly. Hurricane Ike gets the prize for ehight, power and duration -- but he was so nasty (with jellies and his devastation)there was really no joy or pleasure --the sadness was in the water.
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