Tropical Depression Two Along South Texas Coast

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 4:46 PM GMT on July 08, 2010

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Hello everybody, this is Senior Meteorologist Shaun Tanner writing Dr. Masters' blog while he is on vacation.

Tropical Depression Two formed overnight in the northern Bay of Campeche and is now making landfall along the extreme south coast of Texas. A hurricane hunter was sent into the system and found a low-level circulation. While there are some reports of tropical storm strength winds in the squalls of the system, there is just not enough evidence to upgrade the storm to tropical storm strength before landfall.

The satellite representation of the depression is quite impressive as half of the depression is now over landfall. Brownsville radar currently is showing the effects of the depression with heavy rain and thunderstorms through much of southern Texas.

The biggest lingering effect from the depression will be to prolong the devastating flooding that has been ongoing in southern Texas and northeast Mexico. Not including the rain that will fall due to the depression, over the past 7 days, the area near Houston has received over 10 inches of rain, while some inland areas of Texas has received over 4 inches of rain. The problem gets worse in the Mexican state of Coahuila near the Texas border has received upwards of 20 inches of rain in the past 7 days due to substantial moisture pouring into the area.

This surging watershed has caused massive flooding throughout the region, with the area near Laredo, Texas and Nuevo Laredo, Mexico being the hardest hit. The flooding has caused the major border crossing between those two cities to be closed as the Rio Grande surged and threatened to top the crossing's bridge. A contingent of Mexican officials, including the mayor of Piedras Negras, Coahuila, touring the flooding damage in an airplane crashed Wednesday, killing all six onboard. Evacuations on both sides of the border has forced tens of thousands of people out of their homes, while over 100,000 people were without water service. The flooding problem is extra dangerous because swollen dams had to release some of their water downstream into areas that towns that have already been swamped. It was even reported that one of these releases by the National Water Commission of Mexico was the largest emergency water release in the country.

Needless to say, the rain from Tropical Depression Two will only further the flooding problems in southern Texas and northeast Mexico. Figure 3 shows the severe map and the greens represent Flood Watches and Warnings. You can see almost the entire states of Texas and Oklahoma are under these watches and warnings in anticipation of several inches of rain from the remnants of Tropical Depression Two.


Figure 1. Satellite loop of Tropical Depression Two.


Figure 2. Storm-centered radar as depression makes landfall.


Figure 3. Severe map.

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OH and now I see the little quote button.... der der der ...in all seriousness where would one find empty maps to plot storm courses on is there a certain store to find them at or something?
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Quoting hydrus:
.............................I remember tracking this one too.


Hugo and Floyd are the two I have nightmares about, because they could have easily had our number. Sooner or later, Georgia's luck will run out.
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1824. hydrus
............................Here is a weird one of Andrew south of Louisiana...
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Quoting zebralove:
1801. jaevortex 1:06 AM GMT on July 10, 2010
Quoting CybrTeddy:


Correct! How did you know?
Also btw I love this track presentation.. old school. They don't do this anymore. Sorry I dont know how to quote people right apparantly lol






I SOOOOOOOOOOO did this track myself and I still have it somewhere in a box!

So I am just wondering where would someone interested in learning to track a storm get that map in a blank ready to use form if they were looking to get some?


Right here:
http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/tracking_charts.shtml
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Quoting zebralove:
1801. jaevortex 1:06 AM GMT on July 10, 2010
Quoting CybrTeddy:


Correct! How did you know?
Also btw I love this track presentation.. old school. They don't do this anymore. Sorry I dont know how to quote people right apparantly lol






I SOOOOOOOOOOO did this track myself and I still have it somewhere in a box!

So I am just wondering where would someone interested in learning to track a storm get that map in a blank ready to use form if they were looking to get some?


well I actually used the tracking map they give away every year at the local grocery store. In my case it was publix supermarket. But I'm pretty sure you can pick one up any supermarket or Here's a link to the PDF version of it
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Quoting zebralove:
1801. jaevortex 1:06 AM GMT on July 10, 2010
Quoting CybrTeddy:


Correct! How did you know?
Also btw I love this track presentation.. old school. They don't do this anymore. Sorry I dont know how to quote people right apparantly lol






I SOOOOOOOOOOO did this track myself and I still have it somewhere in a box!

So I am just wondering where would someone interested in learning to track a storm get that map in a blank ready to use form if they were looking to get some?


here Link
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1801. jaevortex 1:06 AM GMT on July 10, 2010
Quoting CybrTeddy:


Correct! How did you know?
Also btw I love this track presentation.. old school. They don't do this anymore. Sorry I dont know how to quote people right apparantly lol






I SOOOOOOOOOOO did this track myself and I still have it somewhere in a box!

So I am just wondering where would someone interested in learning to track a storm get that map in a blank ready to use form if they were looking to get some?
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1819. hydrus
Quoting BahaHurican:
Hydrus, I'm not sure myself. But I know that HHrs have talked about the different styles as if they have certain expectations.

IIRC, wasn't Isabel suggested as one if the ATL examples of an annular TC?

And Ike, we got upper cat 2 winds from Floyd here in Nassau - worst since Andrew - and my principal memory was having my laptop (it was my first) wrapped in two plastic garbage bags "just in case" we got water in the house -that, and almost losing a finger to the darned storm when a door slammed on it...
I remember us here in Fl getting nevous about Floyd. The mets did a good job predicting the turn to the north..Yeah, watch those fingers...;0
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Quoting Dirtleg:
damn..if I'm getting reported...









WU Public enemy #1.
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1817. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
Quoting sarahjola:
...so what do you think of 1778-
good year:)
1
here is 1878 as far as i can go back

Date: 24 SEP-8 OCT 1878
Hurricane #7
ADV LAT LON TIME WIND PR STAT
1 15.10 -71.90 09/24/00Z 40 - TROPICAL STORM
2 15.50 -71.90 09/24/06Z 40 - TROPICAL STORM
3 16.00 -72.00 09/24/12Z 50 - TROPICAL STORM
4 16.20 -72.00 09/24/18Z 50 - TROPICAL STORM
5 16.40 -72.00 09/25/00Z 60 - TROPICAL STORM
6 16.70 -72.10 09/25/06Z 60 - TROPICAL STORM
7 17.00 -72.10 09/25/12Z 70 - HURRICANE-1
8 17.60 -72.20 09/25/18Z 70 - HURRICANE-1
9 18.00 -72.30 09/26/00Z 70 - HURRICANE-1
10 18.40 -72.40 09/26/06Z 60 - TROPICAL STORM
11 18.70 -72.50 09/26/12Z 50 - TROPICAL STORM
12 19.20 -72.60 09/26/18Z 40 - TROPICAL STORM
13 19.50 -72.60 09/27/00Z 40 - TROPICAL STORM
14 19.70 -72.60 09/27/06Z 40 - TROPICAL STORM
15 20.10 -72.60 09/27/12Z 50 - TROPICAL STORM
16 20.50 -72.70 09/27/18Z 60 - TROPICAL STORM
17 20.90 -72.80 09/28/00Z 70 - HURRICANE-1
18 21.20 -72.90 09/28/06Z 70 - HURRICANE-1
19 21.60 -73.00 09/28/12Z 70 - HURRICANE-1
20 22.10 -73.10 09/28/18Z 70 - HURRICANE-1
21 22.40 -73.30 09/29/00Z 80 - HURRICANE-1
22 22.70 -73.40 09/29/06Z 80 - HURRICANE-1
23 23.20 -73.50 09/29/12Z 80 - HURRICANE-1
24 23.60 -73.50 09/29/18Z 80 - HURRICANE-1
25 23.90 -73.50 09/30/00Z 90 - HURRICANE-2
26 24.20 -73.50 09/30/06Z 90 - HURRICANE-2
27 24.70 -73.50 09/30/12Z 90 - HURRICANE-2
28 25.40 -73.50 09/30/18Z 90 - HURRICANE-2
29 25.80 -73.50 10/01/00Z 100 - HURRICANE-3
30 26.30 -73.40 10/01/06Z 100 - HURRICANE-3
31 26.80 -73.30 10/01/12Z 100 - HURRICANE-3
32 27.40 -73.10 10/01/18Z 100 - HURRICANE-3
33 27.60 -73.10 10/02/00Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
34 28.00 -73.10 10/02/06Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
35 28.50 -73.00 10/02/12Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
36 28.90 -72.90 10/02/18Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
37 29.30 -72.60 10/03/00Z 120 - HURRICANE-4
38 29.80 -72.50 10/03/06Z 120 - HURRICANE-4
39 30.20 -72.10 10/03/12Z 120 - HURRICANE-4
40 30.80 -71.90 10/03/18Z 120 - HURRICANE-4
41 31.40 -71.50 10/04/00Z 120 - HURRICANE-4
42 31.90 -71.10 10/04/06Z 120 - HURRICANE-4
43 32.50 -70.60 10/04/12Z 120 - HURRICANE-4
44 33.30 -70.00 10/04/18Z 120 - HURRICANE-4
45 33.90 -69.30 10/05/00Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
46 34.40 -68.60 10/05/06Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
47 35.00 -67.70 10/05/12Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
48 36.00 -66.60 10/05/18Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
49 37.30 -64.80 10/06/00Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
50 38.50 -62.60 10/06/06Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
51 39.70 -60.50 10/06/12Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
52 40.70 -58.30 10/06/18Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
53 41.70 -55.50 10/07/00Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
54 42.70 -51.90 10/07/06Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
55 43.50 -48.50 10/07/12Z 110 938 HURRICANE-3
56 44.80 -44.30 10/07/18Z 100 - HURRICANE-3
57 46.20 -39.50 10/08/00Z 100 - HURRICANE-3
58 47.50 -35.50 10/08/06Z 100 - HURRICANE-3
59 48.50 -31.00 10/08/12Z 90 - HURRICANE-2
60 49.50 -27.00 10/08/18Z 90 - HURRICANE-2
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1816. hydrus
.............................I remember tracking this one too.
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Hydrus, I'm not sure myself. But I know that HHrs have talked about the different styles as if they have certain expectations.

IIRC, wasn't Isabel suggested as one if the ATL examples of an annular TC?

And Ike, we got upper cat 2 winds from Floyd here in Nassau - worst since Andrew - and my principal memory was having my laptop (it was my first) wrapped in two plastic garbage bags "just in case" we got water in the house -that, and almost losing a finger to the darned storm when a door slammed on it...
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Quoting IKE:


Yup.

Here's Ivan the Terrible....


Yup, that's the dude that nearly made me lose my life and practically ruined me financially! I hate that ..........
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1812. hydrus
Quoting BahaHurican:
That pinwheel eye is one of the things that make it such a lovely storm.... and so identifiable.... for a while I used to keep and "eye gallery" of imagery from some of the more dramatic storms...
I have always wondered what kind of physics were at work to make such a cloud formation in the eye of such a powerful storm.
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Quoting sarahjola:
Quoting BahaHurican- i see the pic now, and yes that is what caught my eye. any chance it could develop in your opinion? thanks in advance:)
Anything is possible, I suppose, but they don't seem to be expecting much from it. I know the ECar seems to be a dead hole for most Twaves that come into the area; usually one doesn't see waves start to build until they get much nearer or even past JA....

But unless it has a surprise for us, I think this wave will follow the current near-Nicaragua Twave into the EPac.
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Quoting sarahjola:
...so what do you think of 1778-
good year:)
or not...
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...so what do you think of 1778-
good year:)
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1808. IKE
Quoting BahaHurican:
Hey,isn't that Floyd? Thought that pic looked familiar...


Yup.

Here's Ivan the Terrible....

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1807. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
Quoting IKE:
A lot of Floridians evacuated and wound up p'd that it changed course and they left or tried to, for nothing....



Date: 7-19 SEP 1999
Hurricane FLOYD
ADV LAT LON TIME WIND PR STAT
1 14.60 -45.60 09/07/18Z 25 1008 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
2 15.00 -46.90 09/08/00Z 30 1007 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
3 15.30 -48.20 09/08/06Z 35 1005 TROPICAL STORM
4 15.80 -49.60 09/08/12Z 40 1003 TROPICAL STORM
5 16.30 -51.10 09/08/18Z 45 1000 TROPICAL STORM
6 16.70 -52.60 09/09/00Z 45 1000 TROPICAL STORM
7 17.10 -53.90 09/09/06Z 45 1003 TROPICAL STORM
8 17.30 -55.10 09/09/12Z 50 1003 TROPICAL STORM
9 17.90 -56.30 09/09/18Z 60 996 TROPICAL STORM
10 18.30 -57.20 09/10/00Z 60 995 TROPICAL STORM
11 18.60 -58.20 09/10/06Z 60 990 TROPICAL STORM
12 19.30 -58.80 09/10/12Z 70 989 HURRICANE-1
13 20.20 -59.60 09/10/18Z 70 975 HURRICANE-1
14 20.80 -60.40 09/11/00Z 80 971 HURRICANE-1
15 21.40 -61.10 09/11/06Z 95 963 HURRICANE-2
16 21.90 -62.00 09/11/12Z 95 962 HURRICANE-2
17 22.50 -63.00 09/11/18Z 90 966 HURRICANE-2
18 22.70 -64.10 09/12/00Z 85 967 HURRICANE-2
19 22.80 -65.20 09/12/06Z 95 960 HURRICANE-2
20 23.00 -66.20 09/12/12Z 105 955 HURRICANE-3
21 23.20 -67.40 09/12/18Z 115 940 HURRICANE-4
22 23.40 -68.70 09/13/00Z 125 931 HURRICANE-4
23 23.60 -70.00 09/13/06Z 135 922 HURRICANE-4
24 23.90 -71.40 09/13/12Z 135 921 HURRICANE-4
25 24.10 -72.90 09/13/18Z 125 923 HURRICANE-4
26 24.50 -74.00 09/14/00Z 115 924 HURRICANE-4
27 24.90 -75.30 09/14/06Z 105 927 HURRICANE-3
28 25.40 -76.30 09/14/12Z 105 930 HURRICANE-3
29 26.10 -77.00 09/14/18Z 110 930 HURRICANE-3
30 27.10 -77.70 09/15/00Z 115 933 HURRICANE-4
31 28.20 -78.50 09/15/06Z 110 935 HURRICANE-3
32 29.30 -78.90 09/15/12Z 100 943 HURRICANE-3
33 30.60 -79.10 09/15/18Z 95 947 HURRICANE-2
34 32.10 -78.70 09/16/00Z 90 950 HURRICANE-2
35 33.70 -78.00 09/16/06Z 90 956 HURRICANE-2
36 35.70 -76.80 09/16/12Z 70 967 HURRICANE-1
37 38.00 -75.30 09/16/18Z 60 974 TROPICAL STORM
38 40.60 -73.50 09/17/00Z 50 980 TROPICAL STORM
39 42.10 -72.10 09/17/06Z 50 983 TROPICAL STORM
40 43.30 -70.60 09/17/12Z 45 984 EXTRATROPICAL STORM
41 44.20 -68.90 09/17/18Z 45 985 EXTRATROPICAL STORM
42 44.80 -67.30 09/18/00Z 40 987 EXTRATROPICAL STORM
43 45.40 -65.50 09/18/06Z 35 990 EXTRATROPICAL STORM
44 46.60 -63.00 09/18/12Z 35 992 EXTRATROPICAL STORM
45 47.70 -59.30 09/18/18Z 35 992 EXTRATROPICAL STORM
46 48.00 -56.30 09/19/00Z 35 992 EXTRATROPICAL STORM
47 48.50 -52.50 09/19/06Z 35 994 EXTRATROPICAL STORM
48 49.50 -48.00 09/19/12Z 40 992 EXTRATROPICAL STORM
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1806. hydrus
...................Cat-5 Anita made landfall not too far from where Alex hit in 1977.
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Quoting IKE:
A lot of Floridians evacuated and wound up p'd that it changed course and they left or tried to, for nothing....

Hey,isn't that Floyd? Thought that pic looked familiar...
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Quoting BahaHurican- i see the pic now, and yes that is what caught my eye. any chance it could develop in your opinion? thanks in advance:)
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Quoting IKE:
Frederic damage....



Ike, I lived in Gulf Shores when Fredric hit. That hotel in the picture stayed open until just after Ivan in '04 when it was torn down.

~~back to lurking~~ :)
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Quoting StormW:
Good evening!
Evening...so what do you think of 1778, er, ah, never mind...hot as the dickens lately, huh ? :)
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Quoting CybrTeddy:


Correct! How did you know?
Also btw I love this track presentation.. old school. They don't do this anymore.





I SOOOOOOOOOOO did this track myself and I still have it somewhere in a box!
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Quoting hydrus:
....................................................Isabel with the weird pin wheel eye.
That pinwheel eye is one of the things that make it such a lovely storm.... and so identifiable.... for a while I used to keep and "eye gallery" of imagery from some of the more dramatic storms...
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1799. IKE
Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:


Date: 29 AUG-14 SEP 1960
Hurricane DONNA
ADV LAT LON TIME WIND PR STAT
1 10.20 -21.50 08/29/18Z 25 - TROPICAL DEPRESSION
2 10.10 -24.20 08/30/00Z 25 - TROPICAL DEPRESSION
3 10.20 -25.50 08/30/06Z 30 - TROPICAL DEPRESSION
4 10.30 -26.90 08/30/12Z 35 - TROPICAL STORM
5 10.50 -28.40 08/30/18Z 35 - TROPICAL STORM
6 10.80 -30.00 08/31/00Z 35 - TROPICAL STORM
7 10.90 -31.60 08/31/06Z 35 - TROPICAL STORM
8 11.00 -33.10 08/31/12Z 35 - TROPICAL STORM
9 11.40 -34.60 08/31/18Z 35 - TROPICAL STORM
10 11.80 -36.20 09/01/00Z 40 - TROPICAL STORM
11 12.00 -37.80 09/01/06Z 50 - TROPICAL STORM
12 12.20 -39.40 09/01/12Z 65 990 HURRICANE-1
13 12.60 -41.10 09/01/18Z 80 - HURRICANE-1
14 12.90 -42.80 09/02/00Z 95 - HURRICANE-2
15 13.30 -44.30 09/02/06Z 105 - HURRICANE-3
16 13.60 -45.80 09/02/12Z 115 980 HURRICANE-4
17 13.90 -47.60 09/02/18Z 120 973 HURRICANE-4
18 14.30 -49.40 09/03/00Z 125 - HURRICANE-4
19 14.70 -51.20 09/03/06Z 130 - HURRICANE-4
20 15.20 -52.90 09/03/12Z 130 965 HURRICANE-4
21 15.60 -54.60 09/03/18Z 135 947 HURRICANE-4
22 16.00 -56.30 09/04/00Z 135 - HURRICANE-4
23 16.40 -58.00 09/04/06Z 140 - HURRICANE-5
24 16.80 -59.50 09/04/12Z 140 952 HURRICANE-5
25 17.20 -60.80 09/04/18Z 135 - HURRICANE-4
26 17.70 -62.00 09/05/00Z 130 - HURRICANE-4
27 18.40 -63.40 09/05/06Z 120 - HURRICANE-4
28 19.10 -64.70 09/05/12Z 115 958 HURRICANE-4
29 19.70 -65.70 09/05/18Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
30 20.30 -66.50 09/06/00Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
31 20.80 -67.30 09/06/06Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
32 21.20 -68.10 09/06/12Z 110 940 HURRICANE-3
33 21.50 -68.90 09/06/18Z 115 - HURRICANE-4
34 21.80 -69.70 09/07/00Z 120 - HURRICANE-4
35 22.00 -70.50 09/07/06Z 120 - HURRICANE-4
36 22.10 -71.30 09/07/12Z 125 945 HURRICANE-4
37 22.10 -72.20 09/07/18Z 125 - HURRICANE-4
38 22.20 -73.20 09/08/00Z 130 - HURRICANE-4
39 22.30 -74.30 09/08/06Z 130 - HURRICANE-4
40 22.30 -75.30 09/08/12Z 130 948 HURRICANE-4
41 22.40 -76.10 09/08/18Z 130 944 HURRICANE-4
42 22.40 -76.90 09/09/00Z 130 948 HURRICANE-4
43 22.70 -77.80 09/09/06Z 130 940 HURRICANE-4
44 23.20 -78.70 09/09/12Z 130 934 HURRICANE-4
45 23.70 -79.40 09/09/18Z 125 939 HURRICANE-4
46 24.20 -80.10 09/10/00Z 120 932 HURRICANE-4
47 24.70 -80.70 09/10/06Z 115 932 HURRICANE-4
48 25.30 -81.30 09/10/12Z 120 938 HURRICANE-4
49 26.20 -81.70 09/10/18Z 115 950 HURRICANE-4
50 27.30 -81.90 09/11/00Z 105 960 HURRICANE-3
51 28.50 -81.70 09/11/06Z 100 969 HURRICANE-3
52 29.90 -80.80 09/11/12Z 90 970 HURRICANE-2
53 31.40 -79.50 09/11/18Z 90 966 HURRICANE-2
54 33.10 -78.00 09/12/00Z 95 958 HURRICANE-2
55 35.00 -76.90 09/12/06Z 90 - HURRICANE-2
56 37.30 -74.80 09/12/12Z 95 965 HURRICANE-2
57 40.00 -73.10 09/12/18Z 90 - HURRICANE-2
58 43.10 -71.20 09/13/00Z 75 - HURRICANE-1
59 46.60 -68.90 09/13/06Z 60 - EXTRATROPICAL STORM
60 50.00 -66.00 09/13/12Z 55 - EXTRATROPICAL STORM
61 53.10 -62.50 09/13/18Z 45 - EXTRATROPICAL STORM
62 56.00 -58.20 09/14/00Z 35 - EXTRATROPICAL STORM



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1798. bassis
Quoting IKE:
A lot of Floridians evacuated and wound up p'd that it changed course and they left or tried to, for nothing....



I dont think I would trust my chances with that thing
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1797. Dirtleg
Quoting Tazmanian:



are you JFV??? it most be your posting photos of him


Those photos are public domain.
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Quoting Tazmanian:



yes but the worng kind of entertainment the phots you are post of JFV are way off key of what we are talking about and dos not have any thing too do with the weather what so evere
yeah, stop posting those phots...Taz, give it a rest.
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Quoting BahaHurican:
Hey sarah, u r practically one of the oldtimers now... u have some rights now to annoy pple w/ questions.... lol

BTW, is this what caught ur eye?


i can't see the pic. but its the spin at 65w 15n in the Caribbean. looks a little interesting to me.:)
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1792. IKE
A lot of Floridians evacuated and wound up p'd that it changed course and they left or tried to, for nothing....

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Quoting Dirtleg:


LOL It's all in good fun. No serious threats on the radar right now, so a little entertainment never hurt



yes but the worng kind of entertainment the phots you are post of JFV are way off key of what we are talking about and dos not have any thing too do with the weather what so evere
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1790. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
Quoting hydrus:
....................................................Isabel with the weird pin wheel eye.


Date: 6-20 SEP 2003
Hurricane ISABEL
ADV LAT LON TIME WIND PR STAT
1 13.80 -31.40 09/06/00Z 30 1009 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
2 13.90 -32.70 09/06/06Z 35 1005 TROPICAL STORM
3 13.60 -33.90 09/06/12Z 40 1003 TROPICAL STORM
4 13.40 -34.90 09/06/18Z 45 1000 TROPICAL STORM
5 13.50 -35.80 09/07/00Z 55 994 TROPICAL STORM
6 13.90 -36.50 09/07/06Z 60 991 TROPICAL STORM
7 14.40 -37.30 09/07/12Z 65 987 HURRICANE-1
8 15.20 -38.50 09/07/18Z 70 984 HURRICANE-1
9 15.80 -39.70 09/08/00Z 80 976 HURRICANE-1
10 16.50 -40.90 09/08/06Z 95 966 HURRICANE-2
11 17.10 -42.00 09/08/12Z 110 952 HURRICANE-3
12 17.60 -43.10 09/08/18Z 110 952 HURRICANE-3
13 18.20 -44.10 09/09/00Z 115 948 HURRICANE-4
14 18.90 -45.20 09/09/06Z 115 948 HURRICANE-4
15 19.40 -46.30 09/09/12Z 115 948 HURRICANE-4
16 20.00 -47.30 09/09/18Z 115 948 HURRICANE-4
17 20.50 -48.30 09/10/00Z 110 952 HURRICANE-3
18 20.90 -49.40 09/10/06Z 110 952 HURRICANE-3
19 21.10 -50.40 09/10/12Z 115 948 HURRICANE-4
20 21.10 -51.40 09/10/18Z 120 942 HURRICANE-4
21 21.20 -52.30 09/11/00Z 125 935 HURRICANE-4
22 21.30 -53.20 09/11/06Z 125 935 HURRICANE-4
23 21.40 -54.00 09/11/12Z 135 925 HURRICANE-4
24 21.50 -54.80 09/11/18Z 145 915 HURRICANE-5
25 21.60 -55.70 09/12/00Z 140 920 HURRICANE-5
26 21.70 -56.60 09/12/06Z 140 920 HURRICANE-5
27 21.60 -57.40 09/12/12Z 140 920 HURRICANE-5
28 21.70 -58.20 09/12/18Z 140 920 HURRICANE-5
29 21.80 -59.10 09/13/00Z 135 925 HURRICANE-4
30 21.90 -60.10 09/13/06Z 130 935 HURRICANE-4
31 22.10 -61.00 09/13/12Z 135 935 HURRICANE-4
32 22.50 -62.10 09/13/18Z 140 932 HURRICANE-5
33 22.90 -63.30 09/14/00Z 135 935 HURRICANE-4
34 23.20 -64.60 09/14/06Z 135 939 HURRICANE-4
35 23.50 -65.80 09/14/12Z 135 935 HURRICANE-4
36 23.90 -67.00 09/14/18Z 140 933 HURRICANE-5
37 24.30 -67.90 09/15/00Z 130 937 HURRICANE-4
38 24.50 -68.80 09/15/06Z 125 940 HURRICANE-4
39 24.80 -69.40 09/15/12Z 120 946 HURRICANE-4
40 25.30 -69.80 09/15/18Z 115 949 HURRICANE-4
41 25.70 -70.20 09/16/00Z 105 952 HURRICANE-3
42 26.30 -70.50 09/16/06Z 100 955 HURRICANE-3
43 26.80 -70.90 09/16/12Z 95 959 HURRICANE-2
44 27.40 -71.20 09/16/18Z 95 959 HURRICANE-2
45 28.10 -71.50 09/17/00Z 95 957 HURRICANE-2
46 28.90 -71.90 09/17/06Z 95 957 HURRICANE-2
47 29.70 -72.50 09/17/12Z 90 957 HURRICANE-2
48 30.60 -73.00 09/17/18Z 90 955 HURRICANE-2
49 31.50 -73.50 09/18/00Z 90 953 HURRICANE-2
50 32.50 -74.30 09/18/06Z 90 956 HURRICANE-2
51 33.70 -75.20 09/18/12Z 90 956 HURRICANE-2
52 35.10 -76.40 09/18/18Z 85 958 HURRICANE-2
53 36.70 -77.70 09/19/00Z 65 969 HURRICANE-1
54 38.60 -78.90 09/19/06Z 50 988 TROPICAL STORM
55 40.90 -80.30 09/19/12Z 35 997 EXTRATROPICAL STORM
56 43.90 -80.90 09/19/18Z 30 1000 EXTRATROPICAL DEPRESSION
57 48.00 -81.00 09/20/00Z 25 1000 EXTRATROPICAL DEPRESSION
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1789. Dirtleg
Quoting Tazmanian:



and yet you have been re port for a 2nd time lol


i hop you in joy the 24 hr banned that the Admin gives you


It will most likely be for more than that :)
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Quoting Dirtleg:
damn..if I'm getting reported...







thats downright embarrassing...
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Quoting sarahjola:
well i hope i don't aggravate anyone by asking questions. i thought the blog was here for people who didn't know too much about weather to get answers to questions.
Hey sarah, u r practically one of the oldtimers now... u have some rights now to annoy pple w/ questions.... lol

BTW, is this what caught ur eye?

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1784. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
Quoting IKE:


Frederic was no slouch. I came from Knoxville,TN after work at midnight to see my one and only child a couple of days after his birth and drove all the way to Defuniak Springs,FL. when this intense storm came in.


Date: 29 AUG-14 SEP 1960
Hurricane DONNA
ADV LAT LON TIME WIND PR STAT
1 10.20 -21.50 08/29/18Z 25 - TROPICAL DEPRESSION
2 10.10 -24.20 08/30/00Z 25 - TROPICAL DEPRESSION
3 10.20 -25.50 08/30/06Z 30 - TROPICAL DEPRESSION
4 10.30 -26.90 08/30/12Z 35 - TROPICAL STORM
5 10.50 -28.40 08/30/18Z 35 - TROPICAL STORM
6 10.80 -30.00 08/31/00Z 35 - TROPICAL STORM
7 10.90 -31.60 08/31/06Z 35 - TROPICAL STORM
8 11.00 -33.10 08/31/12Z 35 - TROPICAL STORM
9 11.40 -34.60 08/31/18Z 35 - TROPICAL STORM
10 11.80 -36.20 09/01/00Z 40 - TROPICAL STORM
11 12.00 -37.80 09/01/06Z 50 - TROPICAL STORM
12 12.20 -39.40 09/01/12Z 65 990 HURRICANE-1
13 12.60 -41.10 09/01/18Z 80 - HURRICANE-1
14 12.90 -42.80 09/02/00Z 95 - HURRICANE-2
15 13.30 -44.30 09/02/06Z 105 - HURRICANE-3
16 13.60 -45.80 09/02/12Z 115 980 HURRICANE-4
17 13.90 -47.60 09/02/18Z 120 973 HURRICANE-4
18 14.30 -49.40 09/03/00Z 125 - HURRICANE-4
19 14.70 -51.20 09/03/06Z 130 - HURRICANE-4
20 15.20 -52.90 09/03/12Z 130 965 HURRICANE-4
21 15.60 -54.60 09/03/18Z 135 947 HURRICANE-4
22 16.00 -56.30 09/04/00Z 135 - HURRICANE-4
23 16.40 -58.00 09/04/06Z 140 - HURRICANE-5
24 16.80 -59.50 09/04/12Z 140 952 HURRICANE-5
25 17.20 -60.80 09/04/18Z 135 - HURRICANE-4
26 17.70 -62.00 09/05/00Z 130 - HURRICANE-4
27 18.40 -63.40 09/05/06Z 120 - HURRICANE-4
28 19.10 -64.70 09/05/12Z 115 958 HURRICANE-4
29 19.70 -65.70 09/05/18Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
30 20.30 -66.50 09/06/00Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
31 20.80 -67.30 09/06/06Z 110 - HURRICANE-3
32 21.20 -68.10 09/06/12Z 110 940 HURRICANE-3
33 21.50 -68.90 09/06/18Z 115 - HURRICANE-4
34 21.80 -69.70 09/07/00Z 120 - HURRICANE-4
35 22.00 -70.50 09/07/06Z 120 - HURRICANE-4
36 22.10 -71.30 09/07/12Z 125 945 HURRICANE-4
37 22.10 -72.20 09/07/18Z 125 - HURRICANE-4
38 22.20 -73.20 09/08/00Z 130 - HURRICANE-4
39 22.30 -74.30 09/08/06Z 130 - HURRICANE-4
40 22.30 -75.30 09/08/12Z 130 948 HURRICANE-4
41 22.40 -76.10 09/08/18Z 130 944 HURRICANE-4
42 22.40 -76.90 09/09/00Z 130 948 HURRICANE-4
43 22.70 -77.80 09/09/06Z 130 940 HURRICANE-4
44 23.20 -78.70 09/09/12Z 130 934 HURRICANE-4
45 23.70 -79.40 09/09/18Z 125 939 HURRICANE-4
46 24.20 -80.10 09/10/00Z 120 932 HURRICANE-4
47 24.70 -80.70 09/10/06Z 115 932 HURRICANE-4
48 25.30 -81.30 09/10/12Z 120 938 HURRICANE-4
49 26.20 -81.70 09/10/18Z 115 950 HURRICANE-4
50 27.30 -81.90 09/11/00Z 105 960 HURRICANE-3
51 28.50 -81.70 09/11/06Z 100 969 HURRICANE-3
52 29.90 -80.80 09/11/12Z 90 970 HURRICANE-2
53 31.40 -79.50 09/11/18Z 90 966 HURRICANE-2
54 33.10 -78.00 09/12/00Z 95 958 HURRICANE-2
55 35.00 -76.90 09/12/06Z 90 - HURRICANE-2
56 37.30 -74.80 09/12/12Z 95 965 HURRICANE-2
57 40.00 -73.10 09/12/18Z 90 - HURRICANE-2
58 43.10 -71.20 09/13/00Z 75 - HURRICANE-1
59 46.60 -68.90 09/13/06Z 60 - EXTRATROPICAL STORM
60 50.00 -66.00 09/13/12Z 55 - EXTRATROPICAL STORM
61 53.10 -62.50 09/13/18Z 45 - EXTRATROPICAL STORM
62 56.00 -58.20 09/14/00Z 35 - EXTRATROPICAL STORM
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1782. IKE
Frederic damage....

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Quoting MiamiHurricanes09:
Actually I'll be keeping my current portrait, I might update how Sebastian looks though.
incoming...
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1780. hydrus
....................................................Isabel with the weird pin wheel eye.
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Quoting BahaHurican:
1760...... sure hope that's it for u guys this season.... or at least that u get enough of a break to dry out.


Wow, me too. The worst part about it is the skeeters for me. I do delivery service around S. Tex and have not been in a place that has more skeeters than my own yard. I hope Hidalgo County does some aerial spaying soon like they did after Dolly in 08. I mean you can go outside and swing and swat your hand through the air and feel skeeter impacts on your palm, they are so thick.
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Quoting sarahjola:
well i hope i don't aggravate anyone by asking questions. i thought the blog was here for people who didn't know too much about weather to get answers to questions. so anyway, i have a question- is that a wave at 65w 15n, and if it is how fast is it moving, and what do you all think will come of it? thanks in advance:)


No, that is not a wave. That is an area being inhanced with the combination of the Monsoonal trough and the TUTT. Although this system will be moving into a favorable enviroment, I really dont think it will develop into anything significant.
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