Tomas nearly dead; Haiti deals with Tomas' floods

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 3:50 PM GMT on November 07, 2010

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Tropical Storm Tomas is merging with a cold front over the open Atlantic Ocean and has only a few more hours of life as a tropical cyclone. Despite bringing heavy rains of 4 - 8 inches to highly vulnerable Haiti on Friday, flooding from the storm is only being blamed for eight deaths in the country. Haiti has thankfully avoided a flooding catastrophe, and it certainly could have gone far worse for Haiti. Much weaker storms than Tomas have claimed thousands of lives, and Tomas could easily have done so had it taken a slightly different track. Still, Tomas' passage caused plenty of flooding damage in Haiti. The heavy rains and floods from the storm will also worsen the country's cholera epidemic, which has already claimed over 500 lives. Cholera is a spread via contaminated water, and Tomas' rains will cause a great deal of water contamination. Portlight.org has their mobile kitchen on the scene and is assessing needs. As reported by Rudy Victor in the Portlight.org blog, "Reports coming from the countryside are not good. Thank God its not what we're afraid of, but lots of damage. Leogane a city west of Port-au-Prince is inundated, cities along the extreme southwestern peninsula have suffered great damage by the seas; lots of small fishermen's houses are gone. Dame Marie, Anse d'Hainault, Les Irois, Chambellan, and lots more have been severely damaged by storm surge and raging waves. Gonaives is flooded since last night; luckily there are not reports yet of casualties there. Most people fled to higher ground before the storm. A lot of roads in the south west are destroyed, lots of harvest in the south are lost, and it's another terrible blow for this country, but it appears that there was not a lot of death due to the storm."


Figure 1. Morning afternoon satellite image of Tomas shows that the storm has lost almost all of its heavy thunderstorms, and is now embedded in a cold front that extends northwards to Nova Scotia, Canada. Moisture streaming northwards from Tomas along this front has brought heavy rains in excess of six inches to Nova Scotia over the past few two days.

Jeff Masters

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Quoting hydrus:
Hey T-Dude...What are your thoughts for the possible winter weather...


there may be an ice storm in the making, depending on the moisture and if the cold air remains in place, probably over the upper midwest
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Quoting DontAnnoyMe:


Shouldn't that be FOCUS :-/

oops, forgot the cap key.
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Quoting sunlinepr:
By 2050, Global sea temps will be 20 degrees warmer!!!
This will be a typical Atlantic Hurricane season

1 Cat. 5 every 5 minutes.... 1 Cat 4 every 4 minutes.... and so on....



Here we go with global warming, its impossible for a cat 5 to develop every 5 minutes, if they are close to each other then one of them will get killed due to shear caused by the other storm's outflow or vice versa.
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Quoting tornadodude:
anybody looking at the possible winter weather set up and severe weather potential later this week?
Hey T-Dude...What are your thoughts for the possible winter weather...
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Quoting DontAnnoyMe:


ZCZC SPCSWOD48 ALL
ACUS48 KWNS 070841
SPC AC 070841

DAY 4-8 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
0241 AM CST SUN NOV 07 2010

VALID 101200Z - 151200Z

...PREDICTABILITY TOO LOW TO DELINEATE A SEVERE RISK AREA...

MEDIUM RANGE GUIDANCE CONTINUES TO SUGGEST A GENERAL TREND TOWARD
THE EVOLUTION OF A STRONG UPPER RIDGE OVER THE EASTERN PACIFIC
DURING THE LATTER PART OF THE COMING WORK WEEK...WITH BROAD
TROUGHING DEVELOPING DOWNSTREAM ACROSS MUCH OF THE U.S...AS THE
ATLANTIC BLOCKING PATTERN GRADUALLY WEAKENS. HOWEVER... VARIABILITY
REMAINS QUITE LARGE AMONG THE MODELS AND MODEL ENSEMBLES CONCERNING
THIS PROCESS...PARTICULARLY WITH REGARD TO EMBEDDED SHORT WAVE
DEVELOPMENTS. WHILE STRONG CYCLOGENESIS STILL APPEARS A POSSIBILITY
FROM PORTIONS OF THE SOUTHERN PLAINS INTO THE LOWER OHIO VALLEY AND
GREAT LAKES REGION LATE IN THE WEEK OR EARLY NEXT
WEEKEND...PROBABILITIES FOR THIS OCCURRING APPEAR TO BE ON THE LOWER
END. FURTHER COMPLICATING MATTERS CONCERNING THE SEVERE WEATHER
POTENTIAL IS THE LIKELIHOOD OF CONTINUED LIMITED/ SLOW BOUNDARY
LAYER MOISTENING OVER THE GULF OF MEXICO THROUGH THE PERIOD.

..KERR.. 11/07/2010


I think the mid south may see a decent outbreak if there is enough moisture
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Quoting tornadodude:
anybody looking at the possible winter weather set up and severe weather potential later this week?


ZCZC SPCSWOD48 ALL
ACUS48 KWNS 070841
SPC AC 070841

DAY 4-8 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
0241 AM CST SUN NOV 07 2010

VALID 101200Z - 151200Z

...PREDICTABILITY TOO LOW TO DELINEATE A SEVERE RISK AREA...

MEDIUM RANGE GUIDANCE CONTINUES TO SUGGEST A GENERAL TREND TOWARD
THE EVOLUTION OF A STRONG UPPER RIDGE OVER THE EASTERN PACIFIC
DURING THE LATTER PART OF THE COMING WORK WEEK...WITH BROAD
TROUGHING DEVELOPING DOWNSTREAM ACROSS MUCH OF THE U.S...AS THE
ATLANTIC BLOCKING PATTERN GRADUALLY WEAKENS. HOWEVER... VARIABILITY
REMAINS QUITE LARGE AMONG THE MODELS AND MODEL ENSEMBLES CONCERNING
THIS PROCESS...PARTICULARLY WITH REGARD TO EMBEDDED SHORT WAVE
DEVELOPMENTS. WHILE STRONG CYCLOGENESIS STILL APPEARS A POSSIBILITY
FROM PORTIONS OF THE SOUTHERN PLAINS INTO THE LOWER OHIO VALLEY AND
GREAT LAKES REGION LATE IN THE WEEK OR EARLY NEXT
WEEKEND...PROBABILITIES FOR THIS OCCURRING APPEAR TO BE ON THE LOWER
END
. FURTHER COMPLICATING MATTERS CONCERNING THE SEVERE WEATHER
POTENTIAL IS THE LIKELIHOOD OF CONTINUED LIMITED/ SLOW BOUNDARY
LAYER MOISTENING OVER THE GULF OF MEXICO THROUGH THE PERIOD.

..KERR.. 11/07/2010
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Quoting Patrap:
The Retirement of Hurricane Names

Hurricanes that have a severe impact on lives or the economy are remembered generations after the devastation they caused, and some go into weather history. The National Hurricane Center near Miami, Florida, monitors tropical disturbances in the Atlantic and eastern Pacific Oceans which could become a hurricane.

Whenever a hurricane has had a major impact, any country affected by the storm can request that the name of the hurricane be "retired" by agreement of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). Retiring a name actually means that it cannot be reused for at least 10 years, to facilitate historic references, legal actions, insurance claim activities, etc. and avoid public confusion with another storm of the same name. If that happens, a like gender name is selected in English, Spanish or French for Atlantic Storms.

There is an exception to the retirement rule, however. Before 1979, when the first permanent six-year storm name list began, some storm names were simply not used anymore. For example, in 1966, "Fern" was substituted for "Frieda," and no reason was cited.

Below is a list of Atlantic Ocean retired names, the years the hurricanes occurred, and the areas they affected. There are, however, a great number of destructive storms not included on this list because they occurred before the hurricane naming convention was established in 1950.

Atlantic Storms Retired Into Hurricane History

Agnes (1972): Florida, Northeast U.S.
Alicia (1983): North Texas
Allen (1980): Antilles, Mexico, South Texas
Allison (2001): northeast Texas
Andrew (1992): Bahamas, South Florida, Louisiana
Anita (1977): Mexico
Audrey (1957): Louisiana, North Texas
Betsy (1965): Bahamas, Southeast Florida, Southeast Louisiana
Beulah (1967): Antilles, Mexico, South Texas
Bob (1991): North Carolina & Northeast U.S.
Camille (1969): Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama
Carla (1961): Texas
Carmen (1974): Mexico, Central Louisiana
Carol (1954): Northeast U.S.
Cesar (1996): Honduras
Celia (1970): South Texas
Charley (2004): Jamaica, western Cuba, Florida
Cleo (1964): Lesser Antilles, Haiti, Cuba, Southeast Florida
Connie (1955): North Carolina
David (1979): Lesser Antilles, Hispa%uFFFDola, Florida and Eastern U.S.
Dennis (2005): Alabama, Florida
Diana (1990): Mexico
Diane (1955): Mid-Atlantic U.S. & Northeast U.S.
Donna (1960): Bahamas, Florida and Eastern U.S.
Dora (1964): Northeast Florida
Edna (1968)
Elena (1985): Mississippi, Alabama, Western Florida
Eloise (1975): Antilles, Northwest Florida, Alabama
Fabian (2003): Bermuda
Fifi (1974): Yucatan Peninsula, Louisiana
Flora (1963): Haiti, Cuba
Floyd (1999): North Carolina, eastern seaboard
Fran (1996): North Carolina
Frances (2004): Florida
Frederic (1979): Alabama and Mississippi
Georges (1998): Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Cuba, Mississippi
Gilbert (1988): Lesser Antilles, Jamaica, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
Gloria (1985): North Carolina, Northeast U.S.
Hattie (1961): Belize, Guatemala
Hazel (1954): Antilles, North and South Carolina
Hilda (1964): Louisiana
Hortense (1996)
Hugo (1989): Antilles, South Carolina
Inez (1966): Lesser Antilles, Hispanola, Cuba, Florida Keys, Mexico
Ione (1955): North Carolina
Iris (2001): Belize, Guatemala
Isabel (2003): North Carolina
Isidore (2002): Cuba, northern Yucatan Peninsula, Louisiana
Ivan (2004): Lesser Antilles, Jamaica, western Cuba, Alabama, western Florida panhandle
Janet (1955): Lesser Antilles, Belize, Mexico
Jeanne (2004): Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Haiti, northern Bahamas, Florida
Joan (1988): Curacao, Venezuela, Colombia, Nicaragua (Crossed into the Pacific and became Miriam)
Juan (2003): Nova Scotia
Katrina (2005): South Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama
Keith (2000): Belize, Mexico
Klaus (1990): Martinique
Lenny (1999): Antilles
Lili (2002): Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Cuba, Louisiana
Luis (1995)
Marilyn (1995): Bermuda
Michelle (2001): Central America, Cuba, northern Bahamas
Mitch (1998): Central America, Nicaragua, Honduras
Opal (1995): Florida Panhandle
Rita (2005): northeast Texas, western Louisiana
Roxanne (1995): Yucatan Peninsula
Stan (2005): Mexico
Wilma (2005): northeast Yucatan Peninsula, Florida


Gaston should have been on that list. 8 deaths, Millions in flood damage in Richmond in 2004... seems to me that Gaston deserved at least some consideration for 'retired' status.
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anybody looking at the possible winter weather set up and severe weather potential later this week?
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Quoting geepy86:
I'm focus. :)


Shouldn't that be FOCUS :-/
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Quoting causesandconditions:
DontAnnoyMe

no one can irritate you without your permission
or annoy you for that matter imo sorry


Exactly. Ignore = you don't have that permission.
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I'm focus. :)
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I don't have anyone on my ignore list. I can ignore someone by not having them on my "ignore list". I call it, skipping over the post.

Although I wish some posters would just FOCUS.
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Merapi -yesterday

There are three types of volcanic lightning:

* Extremely large volcanic eruptions, which eject gases and material high into the atmosphere, can trigger lightning. This phenomenon was documented by Pliny The Elder during the AD79 eruption of Vesuvius, in which he perished.
* An intermediate type which comes from a volcano's vents, sometimes 1.8 miles (3 kilometers) long.
* Small spark type lightning about 3 feet (1 meter) long lasting a few milliseconds.



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DontAnnoyMe

no one can irritate you without your permission
or annoy you for that matter imo sorry
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Quoting DontAnnoyMe:


IMO there are several good reasons to ignore someone:

1. Trolls. If everyone ignores trolls they go away.
2. Irritants. If someone's irritating you and you ignore them, you don't get irritated any more. And you obviate the opportunity to aggravate the situation by giving it back to them.
3. To express and promote self-confidence and consideration, by being able to say "I don't care what you think" in a way that benefits the blog, not destroys it.

I think we all have our dislikes and disagreements, but you're right - there's no need to ignore everyone you don't like or agree with. Just a few certain ones.

totally agree!!
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Quoting stormpetrol:

I never put anyone on ignore, to me doing it shows that you can dish out, but can't take back, also a lack of self confidence , but that's just my personal opinion,


IMO there are several good reasons to ignore someone:

1. Trolls. If everyone ignores trolls they go away.
2. Irritants. If someone's irritating you and you ignore them, you don't get irritated any more. And you obviate the opportunity to aggravate the situation by giving it back to them.
3. To express and promote self-confidence and consideration, by being able to say "I don't care what you think" in a way that benefits the blog, not destroys it.

I think we all have our dislikes and disagreements, but you're right - there's no need to ignore everyone you don't like or agree with. Just a few certain ones.
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Tomas is gone, off to die in the open Atlantic.

Who knows what is left of Hurricane Season of 2010. I wouldn't be surprised either way.

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168. IKE
Quoting doorman79:


We are back on the warm up slightly. Was fun trying to keep a 6 year old in a deer stand this weekend lol!


Looks like a warming trend starting tomorrow.
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Quoting IKE:


I didn't see any at my house this morning. Low was 36.

Other areas away from lakes may have had a frost. Freeze warning for tonight.


We are back on the warm up slightly. Was fun trying to keep a 6 year old in a deer stand this weekend lol!
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165. IKE
Quoting doorman79:
Ike,

we had our first frost this morning! How bout your way?


I didn't see any at my house this morning. Low was 36.

Other areas away from lakes may have had a frost. Freeze warning for tonight.
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Good evening, it looks like milder conditions across the Gulf, including Florida.

From 8 p.m. NHC...DISCUSSION...

GULF OF MEXICO...
FAIR WEATHER CONDITIONS PREVAIL OVER THE GULF THIS EVENING PROVIDED BY VERY DRY AIR ALOFT AND STRONG SUBSIDENCE ACROSS THE ENTIRE AREA OF DISCUSSION.

MARINE OBS AND LOW LEVEL SATELLITE DERIVED WINDS INDICATE NORTHEAST 5 KT TO 10 KT SFC FLOW ACROSS
THE GULF. SATELLITE VISIBLE IMAGERY ONLY SHOWS LOW LEVEL STRATOCUMULUS CLOUDS MOVING SOUTHWARD S OF 28N.

AS A HIGH PRESSURE SYSTEM SETTLES IN ACROSS THE SE CONUS...EXPECT SURFACE COLD AIR ADVECTION WITH NO CHANGE IN WINDS TO CONTINUED ACROSS THE AREA FOR THE NEXT 24 HOURS WITH FAIR WEATHER CONDITIONS DOMINATING ACROSS THE AREA.

Walk to the beach with Mother showed ocean and wind were up but not terribly cold wind.
Quite a nice evening weatherwise with just a nip in the air.
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Ike,

we had our first frost this morning! How bout your way?
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Quoting stormpetrol:

I never put anyone on ignore, to me doing it shows that you can dish out, but can't take back, also a lack of self confidence , but that's just my personal opinion, if you put everyone that you dislike or disagree with on ignore, you'll soon find that you're talking with yourself or only persons in your camp of thinking, diverse thinking and sound debate is what it takes to accomplish difficult tasks, not when everyone is in sound agreement!Just my 2 cents eveyone have a great night!


Sounds like our politicians lol! Or lack of!
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Quoting DontAnnoyMe:


Not to say that it shouldn't have been, but only 2 TSs have been retired - Allison (2001) and Edna (1968). And Edna was one of those reused and then retired retroactively cases.
I am a little surprised that they did not retire Edna in 1954....Link
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Quoting doorman79:


Never use it. I enjoy the insanity, makes me feel normal lol ;)

Evening all!

I never put anyone on ignore, to me doing it shows that you can dish out, but can't take back, also a lack of self confidence , but that's just my personal opinion, if you put everyone that you dislike or disagree with on ignore, you'll soon find that you're talking with yourself or only persons in your camp of thinking, diverse thinking and sound debate is what it takes to accomplish difficult tasks, not when everyone is in sound agreement!Just my 2 cents eveyone have a great night!
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:


That's the problem though.

1.) I don't put people on ignore.

2.) I enjoy IKE's posts...the ones not dealing with "RIP".


Alternative solution: selective reading.
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Quoting lightningbolt73:
I'm surprised that Fay was never retired, considering that it caused so much flooding in Central Fl.


Not to say that it shouldn't have been, but only 2 TSs have been retired - Allison (2001) and Edna (1968). And Edna was one of those reused and then retired retroactively cases.
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:


That's the problem though.

1.) I don't put people on ignore.

2.) I enjoy IKE's posts...the ones not dealing with "RIP".


I dig Ike too! Hey, at least he has a good heart! He roots for everyone.
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155. JLPR2
Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:
Tomas appears to be a strengthening "whatever". Deep thunderstorm activity can be seen building in the image below, which has now covered at least 30% to 40% of the system's center.



Doesnt look extratropical, at least not yet.
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Quoting DontAnnoyMe:


Here's a novel concept to relieve you of your suffering:
Action: Quote | Ignore User



That's the problem though.

1.) I don't put people on ignore.

2.) I enjoy IKE's posts...the ones not dealing with "RIP".
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Tomas appears to be a strengthening "whatever". Deep thunderstorm activity can be seen building in the image below, which has now covered at least 30% to 40% of the system's center.

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Quoting DontAnnoyMe:


Here's a novel concept to relieve you of your suffering:
Action: Quote | Ignore User



Never use it. I enjoy the insanity, makes me feel normal lol ;)

Evening all!
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151. beell
11:50 PM GMT on November 07, 2010
I think there is at least a 50/50 chance that that the season is over. I'll take a coin-flip chance on "over".

Some of us like living on the edge!
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150. IKE
11:48 PM GMT on November 07, 2010
Quoting DontAnnoyMe:


Here's a novel concept to relieve you of your suffering:
Action: Quote | Ignore User



Exactly. Solves his problem.

..............................................

TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL
700 PM EST SUN NOV 7 2010

FOR THE NORTH ATLANTIC...CARIBBEAN SEA AND THE GULF OF MEXICO...

THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER HAS ISSUED THE LAST ADVISORY ON TOMAS
...WHICH HAS BECOME POST-TROPICAL AND IS LOCATED ABOUT 500 MILES
SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF BERMUDA. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON POST-TROPICAL
TOMAS CAN BE FOUND IN HIGH SEAS FORECASTS ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE...UNDER AWIPS HEADER NFDHSFAT1 AND WMO HEADER
FZNT01 KWBC.

TROPICAL CYCLONE FORMATION IS NOT EXPECTED DURING THE NEXT 48 HOURS.

$$
FORECASTER BRENNAN

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149. DontAnnoyMe
11:43 PM GMT on November 07, 2010
Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:
I'm not mad at IKE, and didn't mean to start anything on the blog.

Its just gets tiring when IKE posts "RIP XXX" all the time, that's all.


Here's a novel concept to relieve you of your suffering:
Action: Quote | Ignore User

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148. DontAnnoyMe
11:41 PM GMT on November 07, 2010
Quoting PrivateIdaho:
Maybe it will distract people from the inane "seasons over/not over" argument.


Ha! For some, the season never will end. Inane - word of the day. lol
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147. TropicalAnalystwx13
11:41 PM GMT on November 07, 2010
I'm not mad at IKE, and didn't mean to start anything on the blog.

Its just gets tiring when IKE posts "RIP XXX" all the time, that's all.
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146. HurricaneDean07
11:38 PM GMT on November 07, 2010
Quoting WeatherNerdPR:

That is so random compared to what people are doing right now in the blog, but it's true XD
well fay was pretty weird little girl. she survived running over all of the big caribbean islands and strengthened over florida before dieing in the panhandle.
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145. PrivateIdaho
11:37 PM GMT on November 07, 2010
Quoting WeatherNerdPR:

That is so random compared to what people are doing right now in the blog, but it's true XD
Maybe it will distract people from the inane "seasons over/not over" argument.
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144. stormpetrol
11:37 PM GMT on November 07, 2010
You know I wouldn't write off the Season just yet, but this is what I observed from most past seasons , of course everyone is different. Once you have a cold front that has dipped that far south and lingered as long as this , that usually spells the end of the season for the western Caribbean once something does not spin up on the tailend of it. In this case I would have to agree with Ike and say good riddance to Tomas and hopefully the 2010 Season is finally over!
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143. HurricaneDean07
11:34 PM GMT on November 07, 2010
Quoting mossyhead:
reread the list, ike was retired.
he was retired, they replaced him with the name Isaias
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142. DontAnnoyMe
11:32 PM GMT on November 07, 2010
Quoting charlestonscnanny:
137. Don't Annoy Me! I totally agree and I was siding with Ike about one of his bashers. Some on here get mad at too many things. Everybody has an opinion and should be free to express that opinion without being criticized. I mainly lurk but had to jump in here. Sorry you took it the wrong way, guess I didn't word it correctly.


Yeah, I know, I didn't take it the wrong way, your post 123 shows that. Some on here really do need to step away from the computer, don't they.
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141. WeatherNerdPR
11:23 PM GMT on November 07, 2010
Quoting lightningbolt73:
I'm surprised that Fay was never retired, considering that it caused so much flooding in Central Fl.

That is so random compared to what people are doing right now in the blog, but it's true XD
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