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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Quoting tkeith:
He's annoying to some, others (like me) not so much. But he aint goin away. I think every weatherblog needs a JFV...


I thought people can get banned here by the admin? Don;t the flags work?



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1774. IKE
Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
Date: 29 AUG-15 SEP 1979
Hurricane FREDERIC
ADV LAT LON TIME WIND PR STAT
1 11.00 -25.50 08/29/06Z 25 1009 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
2 11.10 -28.00 08/29/12Z 30 1009 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
3 11.20 -30.50 08/29/18Z 30 1008 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
4 11.30 -32.50 08/30/00Z 30 1007 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
5 11.40 -34.20 08/30/06Z 30 1006 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
6 11.50 -36.00 08/30/12Z 35 1005 TROPICAL STORM
7 11.60 -37.80 08/30/18Z 40 1003 TROPICAL STORM
8 11.70 -39.70 08/31/00Z 45 1000 TROPICAL STORM
9 11.80 -41.60 08/31/06Z 50 997 TROPICAL STORM
10 11.90 -43.50 08/31/12Z 55 994 TROPICAL STORM
11 12.00 -45.10 08/31/18Z 55 991 TROPICAL STORM
12 12.50 -47.00 09/01/00Z 60 988 TROPICAL STORM
13 12.90 -48.70 09/01/06Z 65 987 HURRICANE-1
14 13.30 -50.40 09/01/12Z 65 988 HURRICANE-1
15 13.80 -52.30 09/01/18Z 65 990 HURRICANE-1
16 14.30 -54.10 09/02/00Z 60 992 TROPICAL STORM
17 14.90 -55.50 09/02/06Z 60 994 TROPICAL STORM
18 15.50 -57.20 09/02/12Z 60 996 TROPICAL STORM
19 16.30 -58.80 09/02/18Z 55 999 TROPICAL STORM
20 16.70 -59.80 09/03/00Z 55 1002 TROPICAL STORM
21 17.10 -60.80 09/03/06Z 55 1000 TROPICAL STORM
22 17.50 -61.80 09/03/12Z 50 999 TROPICAL STORM
23 17.80 -62.80 09/03/18Z 50 1000 TROPICAL STORM
24 18.00 -63.80 09/04/00Z 50 1002 TROPICAL STORM
25 18.10 -64.80 09/04/06Z 45 1003 TROPICAL STORM
26 18.10 -65.80 09/04/12Z 45 1004 TROPICAL STORM
27 18.10 -66.80 09/04/18Z 45 1005 TROPICAL STORM
28 18.00 -67.80 09/05/00Z 45 1006 TROPICAL STORM
29 17.50 -68.70 09/05/06Z 45 1007 TROPICAL STORM
30 17.40 -69.20 09/05/12Z 40 1008 TROPICAL STORM
31 17.80 -69.60 09/05/18Z 40 1007 TROPICAL STORM
32 18.50 -69.90 09/06/00Z 40 1005 TROPICAL STORM
33 19.40 -70.70 09/06/06Z 35 1005 TROPICAL STORM
34 19.90 -71.80 09/06/12Z 35 1006 TROPICAL STORM
35 20.00 -73.00 09/06/18Z 30 1006 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
36 20.10 -74.50 09/07/00Z 30 1006 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
37 20.30 -75.80 09/07/06Z 25 1006 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
38 20.60 -77.00 09/07/12Z 25 1005 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
39 20.90 -78.00 09/07/18Z 25 1004 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
40 21.10 -78.70 09/08/00Z 30 1003 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
41 21.30 -79.30 09/08/06Z 30 1003 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
42 21.50 -79.80 09/08/12Z 30 1002 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
43 21.60 -80.50 09/08/18Z 30 1002 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
44 21.70 -81.00 09/09/00Z 35 1001 TROPICAL STORM
45 21.80 -81.50 09/09/06Z 40 1000 TROPICAL STORM
46 21.90 -82.00 09/09/12Z 45 999 TROPICAL STORM
47 22.00 -82.50 09/09/18Z 50 997 TROPICAL STORM
48 22.40 -83.00 09/10/00Z 55 995 TROPICAL STORM
49 22.70 -83.30 09/10/06Z 60 992 TROPICAL STORM
50 22.80 -83.60 09/10/12Z 65 990 HURRICANE-1
51 23.00 -83.80 09/10/18Z 70 987 HURRICANE-1
52 23.30 -84.00 09/11/00Z 75 985 HURRICANE-1
53 23.80 -84.40 09/11/06Z 80 983 HURRICANE-1
54 24.40 -84.80 09/11/12Z 85 980 HURRICANE-2
55 25.00 -85.20 09/11/18Z 95 968 HURRICANE-2
56 25.70 -85.80 09/12/00Z 100 960 HURRICANE-3
57 26.50 -86.40 09/12/06Z 110 952 HURRICANE-3
58 27.40 -87.00 09/12/12Z 115 943 HURRICANE-4
59 28.40 -87.70 09/12/18Z 115 950 HURRICANE-4
60 29.70 -88.00 09/13/00Z 115 946 HURRICANE-4
61 30.80 -88.50 09/13/06Z 95 955 HURRICANE-2
62 32.20 -88.70 09/13/12Z 65 975 HURRICANE-1
63 34.00 -88.00 09/13/18Z 45 985 TROPICAL STORM
64 35.20 -87.00 09/14/00Z 40 990 TROPICAL STORM
65 37.00 -84.50 09/14/06Z 35 996 TROPICAL STORM
66 39.50 -81.00 09/14/12Z 35 997 TROPICAL STORM
67 42.50 -76.00 09/14/18Z 30 998 EXTRATROPICAL DEPRESSION
68 48.00 -68.00 09/15/00Z 30 988 EXTRATROPICAL DEPRESSION


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.
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This was 1998... any names sound familiar???



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Tropical Storm Bonnie over my house right now :)

(just kidding obviously, I understand all the reasons why the blob over my house cannot be classified a tropical cyclone...)

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN PEACHTREE CITY HAS ISSUED A

* SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING FOR... NORTHWESTERN BIBB COUNTY IN CENTRAL GEORGIA WEST CENTRAL JONES COUNTY IN CENTRAL GEORGIA SOUTHEASTERN MONROE COUNTY IN CENTRAL GEORGIA

* UNTIL 900 PM EDT

* AT 815 PM EDT... NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING DAMAGING WINDS UP TO 60 MPH AND QUARTER SIZED HAIL. THIS STORM WAS LOCATED 6 MILES SOUTHEAST OF FORSYTH... MOVING EAST AT 20 MPH.

* OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO PAYNE CITY.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

IF YOU SEE WIND DAMAGE... LARGE HAIL OR SIGNIFICANT FLOODING... WAIT UNTIL THE STORM HAS PASSED... AND THEN CALL THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOLL FREE AT 1 8 6 6 7 6 3 4 4 6 6.

&&
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Quoting caneswatch:


Keep the avatar. It's all about The U!
All the way! Still the same Sebastian portrait, It'll be staying that way for a long time.
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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:)

TROPICAL WAVE EXTENDS FROM 16N67W TO 09N70W MOVING W NEAR 15 KT.
THE WAVE LIES WITHIN A LOW AMPLITUDE MAXIMUM OF DEEP LAYER
MOISTURE EVIDENT IN TOTAL PRECIPITABLE WATER IMAGERY MOVING
ACROSS THE SE CARIBBEAN BETWEEN 64W-70W. SCATTERED MODERATE
CONVECTION IS FROM 08N-15N BETWEEN 65W-72W.

It may slowly develop slowly, but at this moment the NHC is not very impressed yet.
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1769. hydrus
.......................................... I tracked this storm in amazement of its power.
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1768. IKE
I got the heck out of here...with my doberman, for this beast.....an absolute buzz saw that faded some before landfall....

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Quoting Dirtleg:
EXACTLY!!!


PEACE BROTHA!!



re ported
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1766. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
Date: 29 AUG-15 SEP 1979
Hurricane FREDERIC
ADV LAT LON TIME WIND PR STAT
1 11.00 -25.50 08/29/06Z 25 1009 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
2 11.10 -28.00 08/29/12Z 30 1009 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
3 11.20 -30.50 08/29/18Z 30 1008 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
4 11.30 -32.50 08/30/00Z 30 1007 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
5 11.40 -34.20 08/30/06Z 30 1006 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
6 11.50 -36.00 08/30/12Z 35 1005 TROPICAL STORM
7 11.60 -37.80 08/30/18Z 40 1003 TROPICAL STORM
8 11.70 -39.70 08/31/00Z 45 1000 TROPICAL STORM
9 11.80 -41.60 08/31/06Z 50 997 TROPICAL STORM
10 11.90 -43.50 08/31/12Z 55 994 TROPICAL STORM
11 12.00 -45.10 08/31/18Z 55 991 TROPICAL STORM
12 12.50 -47.00 09/01/00Z 60 988 TROPICAL STORM
13 12.90 -48.70 09/01/06Z 65 987 HURRICANE-1
14 13.30 -50.40 09/01/12Z 65 988 HURRICANE-1
15 13.80 -52.30 09/01/18Z 65 990 HURRICANE-1
16 14.30 -54.10 09/02/00Z 60 992 TROPICAL STORM
17 14.90 -55.50 09/02/06Z 60 994 TROPICAL STORM
18 15.50 -57.20 09/02/12Z 60 996 TROPICAL STORM
19 16.30 -58.80 09/02/18Z 55 999 TROPICAL STORM
20 16.70 -59.80 09/03/00Z 55 1002 TROPICAL STORM
21 17.10 -60.80 09/03/06Z 55 1000 TROPICAL STORM
22 17.50 -61.80 09/03/12Z 50 999 TROPICAL STORM
23 17.80 -62.80 09/03/18Z 50 1000 TROPICAL STORM
24 18.00 -63.80 09/04/00Z 50 1002 TROPICAL STORM
25 18.10 -64.80 09/04/06Z 45 1003 TROPICAL STORM
26 18.10 -65.80 09/04/12Z 45 1004 TROPICAL STORM
27 18.10 -66.80 09/04/18Z 45 1005 TROPICAL STORM
28 18.00 -67.80 09/05/00Z 45 1006 TROPICAL STORM
29 17.50 -68.70 09/05/06Z 45 1007 TROPICAL STORM
30 17.40 -69.20 09/05/12Z 40 1008 TROPICAL STORM
31 17.80 -69.60 09/05/18Z 40 1007 TROPICAL STORM
32 18.50 -69.90 09/06/00Z 40 1005 TROPICAL STORM
33 19.40 -70.70 09/06/06Z 35 1005 TROPICAL STORM
34 19.90 -71.80 09/06/12Z 35 1006 TROPICAL STORM
35 20.00 -73.00 09/06/18Z 30 1006 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
36 20.10 -74.50 09/07/00Z 30 1006 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
37 20.30 -75.80 09/07/06Z 25 1006 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
38 20.60 -77.00 09/07/12Z 25 1005 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
39 20.90 -78.00 09/07/18Z 25 1004 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
40 21.10 -78.70 09/08/00Z 30 1003 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
41 21.30 -79.30 09/08/06Z 30 1003 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
42 21.50 -79.80 09/08/12Z 30 1002 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
43 21.60 -80.50 09/08/18Z 30 1002 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
44 21.70 -81.00 09/09/00Z 35 1001 TROPICAL STORM
45 21.80 -81.50 09/09/06Z 40 1000 TROPICAL STORM
46 21.90 -82.00 09/09/12Z 45 999 TROPICAL STORM
47 22.00 -82.50 09/09/18Z 50 997 TROPICAL STORM
48 22.40 -83.00 09/10/00Z 55 995 TROPICAL STORM
49 22.70 -83.30 09/10/06Z 60 992 TROPICAL STORM
50 22.80 -83.60 09/10/12Z 65 990 HURRICANE-1
51 23.00 -83.80 09/10/18Z 70 987 HURRICANE-1
52 23.30 -84.00 09/11/00Z 75 985 HURRICANE-1
53 23.80 -84.40 09/11/06Z 80 983 HURRICANE-1
54 24.40 -84.80 09/11/12Z 85 980 HURRICANE-2
55 25.00 -85.20 09/11/18Z 95 968 HURRICANE-2
56 25.70 -85.80 09/12/00Z 100 960 HURRICANE-3
57 26.50 -86.40 09/12/06Z 110 952 HURRICANE-3
58 27.40 -87.00 09/12/12Z 115 943 HURRICANE-4
59 28.40 -87.70 09/12/18Z 115 950 HURRICANE-4
60 29.70 -88.00 09/13/00Z 115 946 HURRICANE-4
61 30.80 -88.50 09/13/06Z 95 955 HURRICANE-2
62 32.20 -88.70 09/13/12Z 65 975 HURRICANE-1
63 34.00 -88.00 09/13/18Z 45 985 TROPICAL STORM
64 35.20 -87.00 09/14/00Z 40 990 TROPICAL STORM
65 37.00 -84.50 09/14/06Z 35 996 TROPICAL STORM
66 39.50 -81.00 09/14/12Z 35 997 TROPICAL STORM
67 42.50 -76.00 09/14/18Z 30 998 EXTRATROPICAL DEPRESSION
68 48.00 -68.00 09/15/00Z 30 988 EXTRATROPICAL DEPRESSION
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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:)
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1764. tkeith
Quoting DestinJeff:
It should be noted that The One can be handled in such a way that makes him less destructive to blog discussion, while also serving as great entertainment. You just have to strike the balance and you will avoid tersely worded emails.
He's annoying to some, others (like me) not so much. But he aint goin away. I think every weatherblog needs a JFV...
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1763. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
Quoting IKE:


64 advisories! WOW.
one of the biggies as far as number of adv.
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Quoting MiamiHurricanes09:
When my new avatar is uploaded it will be of that of Gilbert, the most beautiful hurricane ever IMO.


Keep the avatar. It's all about The U!
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1760...... sure hope that's it for u guys this season.... or at least that u get enough of a break to dry out.
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Quoting Dirtleg:
or this

How dare you, you miserably pathetic son of a b**** Continue to further harass me this way and not only will I permanently ban and ignore you, But I will also find myself forced to notify first-hand the security blog adiministrator of your unimaginable and unrealistic conduct all of the sudden towards me. Well you have certainly been forewarned, thank you very much for your cooperation, and remember stay out of my sight.


Don't know the history here, but have seen countless references to this JFV character. What could have been said to him that would have made him email this to you. There are always two sides to every story.

The best thing to do is to stop talking about it and those of you who have been on this blog a long time and know about weather, if somebody asks what seems to be a dumb question, find the heart of a teacher rather than a bully smart alec and answer it.

I have been lurking here a long time and see a lot of people refer to somebody new asking a basic question as JFV, but not long enough to remember JFV. Might make you feel smart, but I bet the person asking the question has no clue.

Anyway, just my 48 cents.

The rain is finally subsiding here in S. Tex. Now, to deal with all that dang water from Hurricane Alex and TD2 flooding the Rio Grande.
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What I remember about Georges is how it INSISTED on crossing EVERY Greater Antilles island... and how it survived PR, DR, Haiti, and Cuba in order to annoy FL! That was one scary storm. I remember at the time thinking "this is the storm of the season".... of course, that was before Mitch came along....
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Actually I'll be keeping my current portrait, I might update how Sebastian looks though.
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Quoting HouGalv08:
Hmmmm.....new bottle of Makers Mark given to me this afternoon as a gift. Any suggestions as to what should be done with said bottle?
Archive the bottle... once it is empty...
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1756. IKE
Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:


Date: 15 SEP-1 OCT 1998
Hurricane GEORGES
ADV LAT LON TIME WIND PR STAT
1 9.70 -25.10 09/15/12Z 30 1009 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
2 9.80 -26.50 09/15/18Z 30 1009 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
3 10.00 -28.10 09/16/00Z 30 1009 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
4 10.30 -29.70 09/16/06Z 30 1009 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
5 10.60 -31.30 09/16/12Z 35 1005 TROPICAL STORM
6 11.00 -32.90 09/16/18Z 35 1003 TROPICAL STORM
7 11.30 -34.60 09/17/00Z 45 1000 TROPICAL STORM
8 11.70 -36.30 09/17/06Z 50 997 TROPICAL STORM
9 12.00 -38.10 09/17/12Z 55 994 TROPICAL STORM
10 12.30 -40.00 09/17/18Z 65 987 HURRICANE-1
11 12.50 -42.00 09/18/00Z 70 984 HURRICANE-1
12 12.80 -43.90 09/18/06Z 80 977 HURRICANE-1
13 13.10 -45.70 09/18/12Z 85 973 HURRICANE-2
14 13.50 -47.40 09/18/18Z 90 970 HURRICANE-2
15 13.90 -49.00 09/19/00Z 90 970 HURRICANE-2
16 14.40 -50.60 09/19/06Z 95 965 HURRICANE-2
17 14.90 -52.00 09/19/12Z 110 954 HURRICANE-3
18 15.40 -53.50 09/19/18Z 125 949 HURRICANE-4
19 15.70 -54.90 09/20/00Z 130 939 HURRICANE-4
20 16.00 -56.30 09/20/06Z 135 937 HURRICANE-4
21 16.20 -57.70 09/20/12Z 130 939 HURRICANE-4
22 16.40 -59.20 09/20/18Z 115 956 HURRICANE-4
23 16.70 -60.60 09/21/00Z 100 963 HURRICANE-3
24 17.10 -62.10 09/21/06Z 100 966 HURRICANE-3
25 17.40 -63.60 09/21/12Z 95 966 HURRICANE-2
26 17.80 -65.00 09/21/18Z 90 970 HURRICANE-2
27 18.20 -66.30 09/22/00Z 90 970 HURRICANE-2
28 18.00 -67.40 09/22/06Z 95 972 HURRICANE-2
29 18.20 -68.50 09/22/12Z 105 964 HURRICANE-3
30 18.60 -69.70 09/22/18Z 95 970 HURRICANE-2
31 18.80 -70.80 09/23/00Z 70 980 HURRICANE-1
32 19.00 -72.10 09/23/06Z 65 990 HURRICANE-1
33 19.30 -73.30 09/23/12Z 65 996 HURRICANE-1
34 19.80 -74.30 09/23/18Z 65 994 HURRICANE-1
35 20.50 -74.90 09/24/00Z 65 992 HURRICANE-1
36 20.80 -76.00 09/24/06Z 65 991 HURRICANE-1
37 21.30 -77.20 09/24/12Z 70 990 HURRICANE-1
38 21.90 -78.00 09/24/18Z 75 989 HURRICANE-1
39 22.70 -79.00 09/25/00Z 80 987 HURRICANE-1
40 23.40 -80.20 09/25/06Z 85 986 HURRICANE-2
41 23.90 -81.30 09/25/12Z 90 982 HURRICANE-2
42 24.60 -82.40 09/25/18Z 90 975 HURRICANE-2
43 24.80 -83.30 09/26/00Z 90 974 HURRICANE-2
44 25.20 -84.20 09/26/06Z 90 975 HURRICANE-2
45 25.70 -85.10 09/26/12Z 90 974 HURRICANE-2
46 26.20 -85.90 09/26/18Z 90 975 HURRICANE-2
47 27.00 -86.50 09/27/00Z 95 969 HURRICANE-2
48 27.60 -87.20 09/27/06Z 95 970 HURRICANE-2
49 28.20 -87.80 09/27/12Z 95 962 HURRICANE-2
50 28.80 -88.30 09/27/18Z 95 962 HURRICANE-2
51 29.30 -88.50 09/28/00Z 95 961 HURRICANE-2
52 29.80 -88.70 09/28/06Z 90 964 HURRICANE-2
53 30.40 -88.90 09/28/12Z 90 965 HURRICANE-2
54 30.60 -88.90 09/28/18Z 65 984 HURRICANE-1
55 30.60 -89.00 09/29/00Z 50 986 TROPICAL STORM
56 30.60 -88.40 09/29/06Z 40 992 TROPICAL STORM
57 31.00 -88.10 09/29/12Z 30 994 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
58 30.90 -87.50 09/29/18Z 30 996 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
59 30.80 -86.90 09/30/00Z 30 998 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
60 30.70 -86.30 09/30/06Z 30 1000 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
61 30.70 -85.40 09/30/12Z 25 1002 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
62 30.60 -84.20 09/30/18Z 25 1004 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
63 30.50 -83.00 10/01/00Z 25 1006 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
64 30.50 -81.80 10/01/06Z 20 1008 TROPICAL DEPRESSION


64 advisories! WOW.
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1755. Dirtleg
Baha>>he is ALWAYS on the blog.. :)
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Quoting MiamiHurricanes09:
I remember hearing the stories from my parents when I was younger.

Anyone think its time for me to change my avatar?



I do.
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1751. xcool
back.tropical weather,
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1731. DestinJeff.... I don't have a problem w/JFV in and of himself, though some pple found him annoying, I admit. I'm just tired of the TALKING about him.... the "loving to hate" him... the constant teasing, even when he doesn't have an active persona on the blog... it's so OLD and STALE.... so RETRO.... so YESTERDAY..... maybe those of us who r more tolerant never got into a "you say - I say" w/ him. OTOH, maybe those who did get into a confrontation w/ him were not particularly tolerant.

Edit: Geez, Jeff, now u got ME doing it....
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1749. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
Quoting IKE:
Here's another Cape Verde beast....went on forever....never seen so much rain here in my life....



Date: 15 SEP-1 OCT 1998
Hurricane GEORGES
ADV LAT LON TIME WIND PR STAT
1 9.70 -25.10 09/15/12Z 30 1009 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
2 9.80 -26.50 09/15/18Z 30 1009 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
3 10.00 -28.10 09/16/00Z 30 1009 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
4 10.30 -29.70 09/16/06Z 30 1009 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
5 10.60 -31.30 09/16/12Z 35 1005 TROPICAL STORM
6 11.00 -32.90 09/16/18Z 35 1003 TROPICAL STORM
7 11.30 -34.60 09/17/00Z 45 1000 TROPICAL STORM
8 11.70 -36.30 09/17/06Z 50 997 TROPICAL STORM
9 12.00 -38.10 09/17/12Z 55 994 TROPICAL STORM
10 12.30 -40.00 09/17/18Z 65 987 HURRICANE-1
11 12.50 -42.00 09/18/00Z 70 984 HURRICANE-1
12 12.80 -43.90 09/18/06Z 80 977 HURRICANE-1
13 13.10 -45.70 09/18/12Z 85 973 HURRICANE-2
14 13.50 -47.40 09/18/18Z 90 970 HURRICANE-2
15 13.90 -49.00 09/19/00Z 90 970 HURRICANE-2
16 14.40 -50.60 09/19/06Z 95 965 HURRICANE-2
17 14.90 -52.00 09/19/12Z 110 954 HURRICANE-3
18 15.40 -53.50 09/19/18Z 125 949 HURRICANE-4
19 15.70 -54.90 09/20/00Z 130 939 HURRICANE-4
20 16.00 -56.30 09/20/06Z 135 937 HURRICANE-4
21 16.20 -57.70 09/20/12Z 130 939 HURRICANE-4
22 16.40 -59.20 09/20/18Z 115 956 HURRICANE-4
23 16.70 -60.60 09/21/00Z 100 963 HURRICANE-3
24 17.10 -62.10 09/21/06Z 100 966 HURRICANE-3
25 17.40 -63.60 09/21/12Z 95 966 HURRICANE-2
26 17.80 -65.00 09/21/18Z 90 970 HURRICANE-2
27 18.20 -66.30 09/22/00Z 90 970 HURRICANE-2
28 18.00 -67.40 09/22/06Z 95 972 HURRICANE-2
29 18.20 -68.50 09/22/12Z 105 964 HURRICANE-3
30 18.60 -69.70 09/22/18Z 95 970 HURRICANE-2
31 18.80 -70.80 09/23/00Z 70 980 HURRICANE-1
32 19.00 -72.10 09/23/06Z 65 990 HURRICANE-1
33 19.30 -73.30 09/23/12Z 65 996 HURRICANE-1
34 19.80 -74.30 09/23/18Z 65 994 HURRICANE-1
35 20.50 -74.90 09/24/00Z 65 992 HURRICANE-1
36 20.80 -76.00 09/24/06Z 65 991 HURRICANE-1
37 21.30 -77.20 09/24/12Z 70 990 HURRICANE-1
38 21.90 -78.00 09/24/18Z 75 989 HURRICANE-1
39 22.70 -79.00 09/25/00Z 80 987 HURRICANE-1
40 23.40 -80.20 09/25/06Z 85 986 HURRICANE-2
41 23.90 -81.30 09/25/12Z 90 982 HURRICANE-2
42 24.60 -82.40 09/25/18Z 90 975 HURRICANE-2
43 24.80 -83.30 09/26/00Z 90 974 HURRICANE-2
44 25.20 -84.20 09/26/06Z 90 975 HURRICANE-2
45 25.70 -85.10 09/26/12Z 90 974 HURRICANE-2
46 26.20 -85.90 09/26/18Z 90 975 HURRICANE-2
47 27.00 -86.50 09/27/00Z 95 969 HURRICANE-2
48 27.60 -87.20 09/27/06Z 95 970 HURRICANE-2
49 28.20 -87.80 09/27/12Z 95 962 HURRICANE-2
50 28.80 -88.30 09/27/18Z 95 962 HURRICANE-2
51 29.30 -88.50 09/28/00Z 95 961 HURRICANE-2
52 29.80 -88.70 09/28/06Z 90 964 HURRICANE-2
53 30.40 -88.90 09/28/12Z 90 965 HURRICANE-2
54 30.60 -88.90 09/28/18Z 65 984 HURRICANE-1
55 30.60 -89.00 09/29/00Z 50 986 TROPICAL STORM
56 30.60 -88.40 09/29/06Z 40 992 TROPICAL STORM
57 31.00 -88.10 09/29/12Z 30 994 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
58 30.90 -87.50 09/29/18Z 30 996 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
59 30.80 -86.90 09/30/00Z 30 998 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
60 30.70 -86.30 09/30/06Z 30 1000 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
61 30.70 -85.40 09/30/12Z 25 1002 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
62 30.60 -84.20 09/30/18Z 25 1004 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
63 30.50 -83.00 10/01/00Z 25 1006 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
64 30.50 -81.80 10/01/06Z 20 1008 TROPICAL DEPRESSION
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1748. xcool
thank god I'm Not Like That .!!!
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Quoting DestinJeff:
GoogleChrome doesn't support images?


You should see its weather models!
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1746. JLPR2
Quoting xcool:
i have big question WHY NOONE LIKE JFV JUST ASKING THAT AL THANKS.


No idea, I signed up the same year he did so I actually talked with the Original JFV handle that year and I had no problems with him that I can remember, What I find annoying that he does is saying stupid, ridiculous, dumb, blah blah, blah in Spanish to people, that I greatly dislike. :\
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1745. xcool
Dirtleg . OKAY THANKS.
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1744. IKE
Here's another Cape Verde beast....went on forever....never seen so much rain here in my life....

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1743. Dirtleg
Quoting xcool:
i have big question WHY NOONE LIKE JFV JUST ASKING THAT AL THANKS.


Because of emails like I just posted...and his pandering of certain individuals. And then there's the ever present almost daily freakout on someone. And of course the non stop questions..always the same ones, and always with a "do you agree sir?"
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you know what they say "a guilty conscience needs no accusers" by the way I'm not defending JFV or anyone else , please read what I wrote very carefully before the pounce! But pounce all you want, I personally can't or won't be bothered.Can't really stoop to that level.
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1739. xcool
JLPR2 YEP .
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Hmmmm.....new bottle of Makers Mark given to me this afternoon as a gift. Any suggestions as to what should be done with said bottle?
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1737. xcool
i have big question WHY NOONE LIKE JFV JUST ASKING THAT AL THANKS.
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1736. Relix
Hope tomorrow is a clear day in PR. Beach time!
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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 remember hearing the stories from my parents when I was younger.

Anyone think its time for me to change my avatar?
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1734. Becca36
Quoting stormpetrol:

Googlechrome is very fast, you can always highlight copy and paste!

I'm diggin' it as well.
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1733. JLPR2
Quoting xcool:




There goes my allergies :\
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Quoting MiamiHurricanes09:
You beat me to it. LOL.


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



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1729. IKE
Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:


Date: 14-22 AUG 1969
Hurricane CAMILLE
ADV LAT LON TIME WIND PR STAT
1 19.40 -82.00 08/14/18Z 50 991 TROPICAL STORM
2 19.70 -82.70 08/15/00Z 55 - TROPICAL STORM
3 20.10 -83.30 08/15/06Z 60 - TROPICAL STORM
4 20.70 -83.80 08/15/12Z 85 970 HURRICANE-2
5 21.20 -84.10 08/15/18Z 100 964 HURRICANE-3
6 22.30 -84.40 08/16/00Z 90 - HURRICANE-2
7 23.10 -85.20 08/16/06Z 105 - HURRICANE-3
8 23.70 -85.90 08/16/12Z 120 - HURRICANE-4
9 24.20 -86.50 08/16/18Z 130 908 HURRICANE-4
10 25.20 -87.20 08/17/00Z 140 905 HURRICANE-5
11 26.00 -87.70 08/17/06Z 155 - HURRICANE-5
12 27.00 -88.20 08/17/12Z 160 - HURRICANE-5
13 28.30 -88.70 08/17/18Z 165 - HURRICANE-5
14 29.40 -89.10 08/18/00Z 165 909 HURRICANE-5
15 30.70 -89.60 08/18/06Z 100 - HURRICANE-3
16 32.20 -90.00 08/18/12Z 65 - HURRICANE-1
17 33.40 -90.10 08/18/18Z 50 - TROPICAL STORM
18 34.70 -90.00 08/19/00Z 30 - TROPICAL DEPRESSION
19 36.00 -89.30 08/19/06Z 30 - TROPICAL DEPRESSION
20 37.00 -88.00 08/19/12Z 30 - TROPICAL DEPRESSION
21 37.70 -86.00 08/19/18Z 25 - TROPICAL DEPRESSION
22 38.00 -84.80 08/20/00Z 25 - TROPICAL DEPRESSION
23 37.40 -80.20 08/20/06Z 25 - TROPICAL DEPRESSION
24 37.30 -77.00 08/20/12Z 25 - TROPICAL DEPRESSION
25 37.00 -75.10 08/20/18Z 30 - TROPICAL DEPRESSION
26 36.60 -73.40 08/21/00Z 40 - TROPICAL STORM
27 36.70 -70.90 08/21/06Z 45 - TROPICAL STORM
28 37.30 -68.40 08/21/12Z 50 - TROPICAL STORM
29 38.00 -64.90 08/21/18Z 55 - TROPICAL STORM
30 39.20 -61.40 08/22/00Z 60 - TROPICAL STORM
31 40.80 -58.20 08/22/06Z 55 - TROPICAL STORM
32 43.00 -54.00 08/22/12Z 50 - TROPICAL STORM


Never realized until reading the story on Wikipedia that Camille was originally expected to hit the Florida panhandle. That's been 40+ years ago and weather was hard to get or follow back then, but I don't remember this area being the original threat.

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Be back in a bit.
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Quoting CapeObserver:


Living in S.FL certain things are burned into the memory banks!
That's why I remembered it so clearly, I have it basically engraved that Andrew formed on August 16th. Luckily, I didn't have to go through it.
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