Claudette hits Florida; Ana approaches Puerto RIco; Bill becomes our first hurricane

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 2:10 PM GMT on August 17, 2009

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Tropical Storm Claudette made landfall at about 1:15 am EDT near the eastern end of Santa Rosa Island, just southeast of Fort Walton Beach in Florida. Claudette's top winds were around 50 mph. A Personal Weather Station in Eastpoint, FL recorded sustained winds of 49 mph, gusting to 66 mph last night. So far, the rain from Claudette has had a tough time penetrating inland (Figure 2). Heavy rains of 3 - 4 inches have been confined to a narrow strip of coast, and Claudette is unlikely to cause any major flooding. Apalachicola received just over 4 inches of rain so far from Claudette. Radar animations out of the Florida Panhandle show that heavy rains continue along the coast in association with a main spiral band of Claudette, and these rains will gradually subside today.


Figure 1. Radar reflectivity image of Tropical Storm Claudette as it approached landfall just southeast of Fort Walton Beach shortly after midnight on 8/17/09.

The tropics featured a rare triple threat the past two days--simultaneous named storms beginning with the letters A, B, and C. The last time this occurred was in the slow-starting 1984 hurricane season, when Tropical Storms Arthur, Bertha, and Cesar were all active on September 1. This year's A, B, and C storms all got their names in just a 33 hour span. This is not a record, since in 1995, three tropical storms--Humberto, Iris, and Jerry--got their names in a 27-hour span (thanks to NOAA's Ryan Sharp for looking up this stat).


Figure 2. Total precipitation estimated by radar for Claudette, as of 3:28pm EDT 8/17/09.

Ana not dead yet
Tropical Depression Ana continues to cling to life, and is now approaching landfall in Puerto Rico. Radar animations from the San Juan, Puerto Rico radar show a surface circulation just southeast of the island, with some low-level spiral banding trying to develop to the south. Recent satellite images also show a rejuvenation of the heavy thunderstorm activity near Ana's center, as the storm regroups from being nearly torn apart yesterday. Ana has already dumped up to 4 inches of rain along the north coast of Puerto Rico, according to radar-estimates.

It is unlikely that Ana will survive past today, however, since the storm will move over both Puerto Rico and the rugged terrain of Hispaniola. The high mountains of these islands should act to disrupt the relatively small and fragile circulation of Ana. None of the computer models foresee that Ana will survive passage over Hispaniola. The Dominican Republic can expect 3 - 6 inches of rain from Ana, and Haiti can expect 1 - 3 inches.


Figure 3. Total precipitation estimated by radar from Ana for Puerto Rico.

Bill becomes the first Atlantic hurricane of 2009
Hurricane Bill continues to gather strength, and is now the first hurricane of the 2009 Atlantic hurricane season. An eye has appeared on visible and infrared satellite imagery, and Bill is displaying an impressive symmetry, with plenty of low-level spiral banding.

Wind shear is low, 5 - 10 knots, and is forecast to be in the low range through Wednesday. With Sea Surface Temperatures only 27°C today, substantial intensification may not occur until Tuesday and Wednesday, when SSTs warm to 28 - 29°C and ocean heat content sharply increases. By Thursday, Bill is expected to leave the favorable upper-level wind environment it currently finds itself in, and moderate shear of 15 - 20 knots may limit further intensification.

Water vapor satellite imagery shows that there is a modest trough of low pressure in the upper atmosphere near 50°W longitude, that Bill is currently approaching. All of the computer models except the UKMET predict that this trough will be strong enough to turn Bill more to the northwest so that the hurricane misses the Lesser Antilles Islands. The UKMET predicts the trough will not affect Bill much, and that the hurricane will pass through or just north of the islands on Thursday. For now, the UKMET solution is being discounted, since the trough at 50W appears substantial enough on satellite imagery to be able to turn Bill more to the northwest.

A much larger trough of low pressure is expected to develop along the U.S. East Coast late this week, turning Bill even more to the northwest. Most of the models predict Bill will pass very close to Bermuda on Saturday as a result. The HWRF model predicts Bermuda will receive a direct hit at Category 4 strength. Until Bill interacts with the small trough at 50°W, it is too early to be confident of the potential threat to Bermuda. By Tuesday, we should have a much better idea of the threat. Likewise, I would like to see the UKMET model come around in line with the other models before dismissing the possible threat to the U.S. East Coast. It currently appears that Bill will miss the U.S. East Coast, but that a strike on the Canadian provinces of Newfoundland or Nova Scotia is possible.

I'll have an update Tuesday morning, or possibly this afternoon.

Jeff Masters

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lol drak said 2 days ago that BILL was a pretty safe bet it was going to S Florida.... OMG!
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Good Morning Everyone!

Back after a nice relaxing weekend... Watched Claudette a little bit yesterday between Golf and Track and Field.

Got pretty fortunate that there was just enough southwesterly shear and dry mid-level air to prevent convection on the western side.

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221. MrSea
anyone seen the NAM??? compared to the 6z run, the 12z run has a much stronger high offshore, which would stop it from going out to sea


6z


12z
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Ana discussion should be interesting
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The NHC is tracking the southern circulation for now...
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looks like GFDL predicts bill at a category 5 with 161 mph winds in 120 hours or 5 days, that would be extreme rapid intensification.
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On a sidenote,DrakoenG/WS has been permanently IP banned.

Monomania,and circumventing a BAN will get that every time as we are in a active Period.

Do not quote Trolls,or any obvious troll mannerisms
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Ana is being "Enhanced by the upper low to her west" right now...typical daytime enhancement...we will have to see what Puerto Rico does to her and if she is able to keep her T-Storms tonight and go just north or along the north coast of Hispaniola!
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11Am advisory is in for ana still a TD
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Can't find much from the buoys. Highest wind speed I find is 22mph and lowest pressure 1011.8. Possibly on her death throes? Better than surviving into GoM and pulling a Claudette. (My hopes anyways)
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Quoting sullivanweather:
Drak,

And a good Cape Verde storm to track as well.

I still think Bill might have a trick or two up his sleeve. I would place highest chance of any possible landfall in Canada. The trough moving off the East Coast that will serve as the kicker for Bill is of high amplitude and also serve to build the ridge over the Atlantic creating a highly meridional flow pattern over the western Atlantic. I see Bill moving more north-south once picked up, maybe moving on a 20-30° heading (NNE) but certainly not much more easterly component than that.


I haven't really looked at the steering currents for Bill other than the big trough that is suppose to come down. Usually with storms like these that the models are pointing to go out to sea I focus on intensification and satellite imagery
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SHIPS brings Ana to 83 mph in 96 hours.


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Ana advisory taking a while
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...SUMMARY OF 1100 AM AST INFORMATION...
LOCATION...17.3N 66.2W
MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS...35 MPH
PRESENT MOVEMENT...WEST-NORTHWEST OR 285 DEGREES AT 28 MPH
MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE...1008 MB
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209. IKE
New Orleans....

LONG TERM...
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY WILL SEE A SLIGHT EXPANSION OF THE RIDGE
OVER THE CAROLINA TO THE NORTHWEST GULF AND THIS DISPLACING THE
DEEP MOISTURE NORTH. RAIN CHANCE SHOULD RETURN TO NEAR NORMS
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. IN THE MID LATS...WHILE THE TROUGH IN
PLACE OVER THE NORTH CENTRAL PLAINS LIFT NORTHEAST...ANOTHER
TROUGH IS EXPECTED TO DEEPENED OVER NORTH PLAINS THURSDAY AND
CONTINUE EAST DEEPENING OVER THE GREAT LAKES REGION BY FRIDAY.
THIS WILL DRIVE AN AXIS AND AN ASSOCIATED SURFACE BOUNDARY INTO
THE DEEP SOUTH LATE FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY. INCREASE MOISTURE
POOLING AHEAD OF THE FRONT AND AXIS WILL INCREASE RAIN CHANCE TO
SLIGHTLY ABOVE NORM FRIDAY AND EARLY SATURDAY. GFS AND ECMWF
DRIVES THE ASSOCIATED COLD FRONT THROUGH LAND AND MARINE FORECAST
AREA SATURDAY.
WILL DECREASE RAIN CHANCES NEXT WEEK SOUTHEAST AND
TEMPS SHOULD LOWER ACROSS THE NORTH HALF ZONES EACH NIGHT NEXT WEEK.
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ZCZC MIATCPAT2 ALL
TTAA00 KNHC DDHHMM
BULLETIN
TROPICAL DEPRESSION ANA ADVISORY NUMBER 22
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL AL022009
1100 AM AST MON AUG 17 2009

...ANA BRINGING HEAVY RAINS TO PUERTO RICO...

AT 11 AM AST...1500 UTC...THE GOVERNMENT OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
HAS DISCONTINUED THE TROPICAL STORM WATCH WEST OF PUNTA PALENQUE ON
THE SOUTH COAST OF HISPANIOLA...AND EXTENDED THE TROPICAL STORM
WATCH TO INCLUDE THE ENTIRE NORTH COAST OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC.

AT 1100 AM AST...THE GOVERNMENT OF ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA HAS
DISCONTINUED THE TROPICAL STORM WATCH FOR ST. KITTS...NEVIS...AND
ANGUILLA.

AT 11 AM AST...THE METEOROLOGICAL SERVICE OF GUADELOUPE HAS
DISCONTINUED THE TROPICAL STORM WATCH FOR GUADELOUPE...ST.
MARTIN...AND ST. BARTHELEMY.

AT 11 AM AST...THE GOVERNMENT OF THE NETHERLANDS ANTILLES HAS
DISCONTINUED THE TROPICAL STORM WATCH FOR SABA...ST. EUSTATIUS...
AND ST. MAARTEN.

A TROPICAL STORM WATCH IS NOW IN EFFECT FOR PUERTO RICO...THE U.S.
VIRGIN ISLANDS...THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS...AND THE DOMINICAN
REPUBLIC FROM PUNTA PALENQUE TO THE NORTHERN HAITI/DOMINICAN
REPUBLIC BORDER. A TROPICAL STORM WATCH MEANS THAT TROPICAL STORM
CONDITIONS ARE POSSIBLE WITHIN THE WATCH AREA...IN THIS CASE WITHIN
24 HOURS.

FOR STORM INFORMATION SPECIFIC TO YOUR AREA IN THE UNITED
STATES...INCLUDING POSSIBLE INLAND WATCHES AND WARNINGS...PLEASE
MONITOR PRODUCTS ISSUED BY YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
FORECAST OFFICE. FOR STORM INFORMATION SPECIFIC TO YOUR AREA
OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES...PLEASE MONITOR PRODUCTS ISSUED
BY YOUR NATIONAL METEOROLOGICAL SERVICE.

AT 1100 AM AST...1500 UTC...THE CENTER OF TROPICAL DEPRESSION ANA
WAS LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 17.3 NORTH...LONGITUDE 66.2 WEST OR ABOUT
75 MILES...125 KM...SOUTH OF SAN JUAN PUERTO RICO AND ABOUT 255
MILES...415 KM...EAST-SOUTHEAST OF SANTO DOMINGO IN THE DOMINICAN
REPUBLIC.

ANA IS MOVING TOWARD THE WEST-NORTHWEST NEAR 28 MPH. A CONTINUED
TRACK IN THIS GENERAL DIRECTION...WITH A REDUCTION IN FORWARD
SPEED...IS EXPECTED OVER THE NEXT DAY OR TWO.

MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS ARE NEAR 35 MPH...55 KM/HR...WITH HIGHER
GUSTS. LITTLE CHANGE IN STRENGTH IS FORECAST DURING THE NEXT 24
HOURS. HOWEVER...ANA COULD DEGENERATE INTO A TROPICAL WAVE LATER
TODAY.

ESTIMATED MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE IS 1008 MB...29.77 INCHES.

ANA IS EXPECTED TO PRODUCE RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF 2 TO 4 INCHES OVER
PUERTO RICO...THE U.S. AND BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS...AND THE
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC...WITH ISOLATED MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF 6 INCHES OVER
MOUNTAINOUS TERRAIN.

...SUMMARY OF 1100 AM AST INFORMATION...
LOCATION...17.3N 66.2W
MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS...35 MPH
PRESENT MOVEMENT...WEST-NORTHWEST OR 285 DEGREES AT 28 MPH
MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE...1008 MB

AN INTERMEDIATE ADVISORY WILL BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL HURRICANE
CENTER AT 200 PM AST FOLLOWED BY THE NEXT COMPLETE ADVISORY AT 500
PM AST.

$$
FORECASTER FRANKLIN/CANGIALOSI

NNNN

Thanks Patrap, I've had a look at this one now. If Bill intensifies further than he could actually turn towards the weakness. The higher steering layers for stronger storms show that possibility. Ok, so now I can see what StormW meant in his prediction about Bill's possible movement. Cool, thanks!
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all indications are that ana willnot go through hispaniola its cutting across puerto rico rather quickly
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Quoting apocalyps2:
It is still possible Bill even misses Florida and end up in the GOM.
but why are u stating this?
Drak,

And a good Cape Verde storm to track as well.

I still think Bill might have a trick or two up his sleeve. I would place highest chance of any possible landfall in Canada. The trough moving off the East Coast that will serve as the kicker for Bill is of high amplitude and also serve to build the ridge over the Atlantic creating a highly meridional flow pattern over the western Atlantic. I see Bill moving more north-south once picked up, maybe moving on a 20-30° heading (NNE) but certainly not much more easterly component than that.
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15 km CMC GEM regional integration valid 00Z Tuesday maintains a weak closed circulation for Ana (extreme lower right of the surface pressure panel which is at the top right of the 4-panel img)
This model did an admirable job with Claudette. Pity the domain is a little small, but that's hi res for ya...
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I believe Bill has met the weak trough around 48W and is now moving NW.
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Wow, i will be impressed if this really happens.
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Bill's now a strong Category 1.

000
WTNT33 KNHC 171432
TCPAT3
BULLETIN
HURRICANE BILL ADVISORY NUMBER 9
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL AL032009
1100 AM AST MON AUG 17 2009

...BILL STRENGTHENING AS IT CONTINUES MOVING WEST-NORTHWESTWARD...

AT 1100 AM AST...1500 UTC...THE CENTER OF HURRICANE BILL WAS LOCATED
NEAR LATITUDE 14.1 NORTH...LONGITUDE 45.2 WEST OR ABOUT 1080 MILES
...1735 KM...EAST OF THE LESSER ANTILLES.

BILL IS MOVING TOWARD THE WEST-NORTHWEST NEAR 16 MPH...26 KM/HR...
AND THIS MOTION IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE FOR THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS.

MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS HAVE INCREASED TO NEAR 90 MPH...150
KM/HR...WITH HIGHER GUSTS. SOME STRENGTHENING IS FORECAST DURING
THE NEXT 48 HOURS...AND BILL COULD BECOME A MAJOR HURRICANE BY
WEDNESDAY.

HURRICANE FORCE WINDS EXTEND OUTWARD UP TO 30 MILES...45 KM...FROM
THE CENTER...AND TROPICAL STORM FORCE WINDS EXTEND OUTWARD UP TO 145
MILES...230 KM.

THE ESTIMATED MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE IS 977 MB...28.85 INCHES.

...SUMMARY OF 1100 AM AST INFORMATION...
LOCATION...14.1N 45.2W
MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS...90 MPH
PRESENT MOVEMENT...WEST-NORTHWEST OR 285 DEGREES AT 16 MPH
MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE...977 MB

THE NEXT ADVISORY WILL BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER AT
500 PM AST.

$$
FORECASTER BRENNAN/ROBERTS

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197. CJ5
Quoting sullivanweather:
Dark,

I agree. There is cyclonic turning evident on radar but no well-defined center of circulation.

I find it strange how some can argue that Ana is 'making a comeback' while in the same sentence talk about 'two centers of circulation'.

Typically, two centers of circulation for the same system would imply that it's not a tropical cyclone. They usually only have one center, if you know what I mean =)


You make a valid point, however, some were not sold on her becoming an open wave yesterday, nor are some of us convinced she is an open wave right now. I don't believe she is making a come back, I believe she is fighting to stay alive as a storm, which she has done for 4 days now, despite having been written off by some many times.

It is very possible she could become a closed case open wave at any point. In the end, it doesn't really matter what she is right now, it is what she will do or not do later.
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Quoting IKE:


And I agree with him, it is a wave and has been.

I also agree that it may pull a Claudette when it gets in the GOM, which is definitely where it's heading...and with a cold front coming down...watch out northern GOM. Maybe Ah-nah is reborn.



Ive come to learn,from Observation and experience,it comes with Time,...that any CV vortex that survives,even partially intact,..can reinvigorate in the GOM Tub..during the Historically active period,as we are in now.
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The center of a disturbance which becomes dominant is usually the one embedded within the heaviest convection. Pressures will fall at the central fix due to persistent thunderstorm activity.
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We need to keep our eyes on Ana her lifespan will depend on how much of hispanola she comes across, if she hugs the northern coast then she has a bigger chance to survive.
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And now, nature lovers, watch in amazement as the Florida Troll comes out of the woodwork...
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Quoting Patrap:

For Steering layers,archived and Latest
Western North Atlantic
Layer Mean Wind Analyses





every layer of the atmosphere is pushing BILL nearly directly west.. I am so confused..
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What happened? Just a few days everyone was saying Bill would hit the U.S did the trough of low pressure changed everrything?
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Quoting Dakster:


Based upon your gut feeling?
i think so
189. LBAR
Looks like Bill, in the last frame of current floater loop, is starting his more northwestward movement. Recurve, Bill! No one wants you around!
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Quoting apocalyps2:

Bill will recurve someday but not today.
Track will be shifted way west tomorrow.
Florida will be in the cone.


Based upon your gut feeling?
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187. IKE
Quoting PensacolaDoug:
Here's what Joe B. at ACCUWEATHER says this morning.

ANA CONSIDERATIONS.
The WCI last night was still at 6, which is one above my "neutral" zone and still well above my favorable which starts at 2.5. You are seeing an example of what happens when this is high, as Ana is racing west.

However consider this. After fighting off 1,500 miles of dry air, with more thunderstorms this morning than yesterday when TPC still had it as a tropical storm, with it racing through Hispaniola, with negative tilt to the wave axis, much like Claudette, if this is over eastern Cuba or just north tomorrow after all that... why would you think that with it slowing, more moisture and a favorable outflow pattern waiting for it, it should not be forecasted to come back?

I made no mention of it yesterday, but I found it very curious that after downgrading this, TPC snuck in an intensification back to a storm before Hispaniola. Storms moving faster than 18 mph in the Caribbean don't intensify. (Old Aggie rule from the 60s that I overheard in A&M weather station in the summer of '63 and again '64 with Flora and Cleo... my dad was out there talking with a bunch of met students and I was in the teletype room listening.. Like most weather addicts, the only talk was about the weather.. or Aggie football, which quickly went back to the weather. Hey parents.. ever notice that your kids pick up more when you aren't talking to them than when you are (lol).

Of course, I was the exception... when my mom told me to eat... I did, and still do, even if it is that 400-calorie "sliver" of cheesecake.

Okay where was I... that's right, hyping Ana. Look, I am not trying to be Mr Contrary Curmudgeon here with TPC. I am simply pointing out that it's odd that a system that has arguable been an open wave since yesterday may be given up on later today, even has the overall pattern is starting to improve as shown my more extensive clouds and the negative tilt. Watch the ones with negative tilts... that is why Claudette had my fancy for so long and she didn't even get all the wave energy as part never made it through the WCI easterlies.

Okay.. back to whatever it was you were doing before you decided to click the button.


And I agree with him, it is a wave and has been.

I also agree that it may pull a Claudette when it gets in the GOM, which is definitely where it's heading...and with a cold front coming down...watch out northern GOM. Maybe Ah-nah is reborn.

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Mother Nature has had the "paddles" out to shock Ana back to life a few times already. I won't count her out until final landfall...
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Bill still WNW
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183. jipmg
Quoting Relix:


Well that answers my question. NOw I can lie happy here in PR while enjoying Ana =p


Any wind?
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Quoting sullivanweather:
So how goes it, Drak?

I bet you couldn't wait for all this activity...haha


Everything is going good apart from the everyday drama.

I couldn't wait to track all of this lol. The season started and it started with 3 systems. All with their own little story
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Quoting homegirl:
Seeing Ana reform another LLC to the N of the NHC's current LLC is not out of the question, we've seen it happen before with weak systems.



Agreed - weak systems can find ways to survive the mountains easier than strong systems, it seems.
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178. Relix
Quoting aasmith26:
Looks like bill will be recurving! East Coast[mid-atlantic] is looking safe now! Woo!


Well that answers my question. NOw I can lie happy here in PR while enjoying Ana =p
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Quoting Drakoen:


I understand what you are saying.


I understand what he is saying as well, but if the northern one becomes dominant, Ana could make a comeback, IMO.
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Windsat caught Ana this morning..."sharp" wave indeed...
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Looks like bill will be recurving! East Coast[mid-atlantic] is looking safe now! Woo!
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So how goes it, Drak?

I bet you couldn't wait for all this activity...haha
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