Ophelia barely alive; Philippe forms; dangerous Typhoon Nesat aims at Philippines

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 4:16 PM GMT on September 25, 2011

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Tropical Storm Ophelia is barely alive today, as high wind shear and dry air continue to take their toll on the storm. Satellite imagery shows that Ophelia has an oval, highly-stretched center of circulation, with almost no heavy thunderstorm activity near the center. Most of the storm's heavy thunderstorms are to the east of the center, with just a few puffs of thunderstorms occasionally popping up near the center. An analysis from the University of Wisconsin CIMMS group shows a high 25 - 30 knots of wind shear due to strong upper-level southwesterly winds. Water vapor satellite images show Ophelia is at the eastern edge of large area of very dry air.


Figure 1. Noon satellite image of Ophelia. It's tough to pick out a low-level center, and all of the storm's heavy thunderstorms lie several hundred miles to the east of the center. Ophelia is barely alive.

Forecast for Ophelia
The latest SHIPS model forecast predicts wind shear will drop to the moderate range, 15 - 20 knots, tonight through Tuesday morning. If Ophelia survives until tonight, the lower shear should allow the storm to make a bit of a comeback. Bermuda is the only land area that might be threatened by Ophelia, but it remains questionable whether or not Ophelia will still be a tropical storm when it makes its closest pass by Bermuda late in the week.

Philippe forms in the far eastern Atlantic
Tropical Storm Philippe formed in the far eastern Atlantic off the coast of Africa yesterday. Philippe is the 16th named storm this year, tying 2011 with 2008, 2003, and 1936 for 7th place for the most number of named storms in a year. Philippe's formation date of September 24 puts 2011 in 2nd place for earliest date of arrival of the season's 16th storm. Only 2005 had an earlier 16th storm. With only three of this year's sixteen storms reaching hurricane strength so far, though, this year has been near average for destructive potential. Atlantic hurricane records go back to 1851. Philippe has a chance to become the season's fourth hurricane; the 11 am EDT NHC wind probability forecast gives Philippe a 45% chance of intensifying into a hurricane by Tuesday morning. Philippe is headed northwest and then north towards cooler waters, and is not a threat to any land areas.


Figure 2. MODIS satellite image of Hurricane Hilary at 1:40 pm EDT September 24, 2011. At the time, Hilary was a Category 4 storm with 140 mph winds. Image credit: NASA.

Eastern Pacific's Hurricane Hilary weakens to Category 3 strength
In the Eastern Pacific, Hurricane Hilary weakened slightly to a Category 3 hurricane with 125 mph winds. Hilary is headed west, away from Mexico, and the storm is small enough that its outer bands are not causing flooding problems for Mexico. A trough of low pressure expected to move over the Western U.S. by the middle of the week should be strong enough to turn Hilary to the north, eventually bringing Hilary to Mexico's Baja Peninsula. The timing of when Hilary might hit Baja is highly uncertain, though. The ECMWF model keeps Hilary offshore for the next 7 days, while the latest 06Z runs of the GFS and NOGAPS models predict Hilary could hit Central Baja on Friday.

Dangerous Typhoon Nesat headed for the Philippines
What may be the season's most dangerous storm in the Western Pacific, Typhoon Nesat, is headed west at 10 mph towards Luzon Island in the Philippines. Nesat is just a Category 1 typhoon with 80 mph winds, but has favorable conditions for intensification. Shear is a moderate 10 - 15 knots, Nesat is embedded in a very moist environment, has very warm sea surface temperatures of 30°C under it, and a very favorable upper-level outflow pattern above it. Nesat has plenty of time to intensify into a major Category 3 or 4 typhoon before its expected landfall on Luzon Island in the Philippines near 9 am local time Tuesday morning.

Jeff Masters

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474. Chicklit
1:07 AM GMT on September 27, 2011
okay, off to read State of Fear by Michael Crichton.
Didn't know it was about global warming until I started reading it. Love coincidences like that.
Night all. Please don't take anything too seriously.
Everything is liable to change.
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473. Chicklit
12:50 AM GMT on September 27, 2011


A 1011 MB LOW...REMNANT LOW OF OPHELIA...IS CURRENTLY CENTERED NE OF THE NRN LEEWARD ISLANDS NEAR 19N60W.
A SURFACE TROUGH EXTENDS THROUGH THE LOW CENTER ALONG 21N57W 17N60W TO 17N65W DEPICTING SOME OF THE LINES OF CONVERGENCE INTO THE LOW CENTER.
CURRENTLY NUMEROUS STRONG CONVECTION IS SE OF THE CENTER FROM 17N-19N BETWEEN 57W-60W... WITH SCATTERED MODERATE CONVECTION ELSEWHERE FROM 15N-21N BETWEEN 56W-62W.
THE LOW IS EXPECTED TO DRIFT W-NW OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS AND HAS THE POTENTIAL FOR FURTHER DEVELOPMENT. EVEN THOUGH IT IS EXPECTED TO STAY N OF THE ISLANDS...CONVECTION ASSOCIATED WITH THE LOW COULD IMPACT THE LEEWARD ISLANDS.
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472. Chicklit
12:42 AM GMT on September 27, 2011
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471. redwagon
8:28 PM GMT on September 26, 2011
Quoting GeoffreyWPB:

Does anybody know what's up with the wave coming off Venezuela/Columbia? NOAA doesn't depict it on the met chart.
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470. stormpetrol
12:37 PM GMT on September 26, 2011
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469. stormpetrol
12:36 PM GMT on September 26, 2011
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468. GeoffreyWPB
12:21 PM GMT on September 26, 2011
Quoting strong2011storm:
philipe its getting stronger


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467. Abacosurf
12:12 PM GMT on September 26, 2011
5 inches of rain yesterday and over 2 inches so far this morning in Naples. Street flooding all over downtown last night. Raining HARD now too. Deluge.
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466. strong2011storm
12:11 PM GMT on September 26, 2011
philipe its getting stronger
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465. TropicTraveler
12:10 PM GMT on September 26, 2011
Quoting Tazmanian:




POOF

Good idea that ignore key. It irritated me to see him pick on you so I forgot my rule about not acknowledging provacative or rude bloggers.
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462. Tazmanian
12:00 PM GMT on September 26, 2011
Quoting Klolly23:

For a person so many look towards for tropical info why cant Taz spell for anything. I mean cmon its annoying...




POOF
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461. Tazmanian
11:59 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Quoting TropicTraveler:


Taz has been on here for many years providing great information. Picking on his spelling won't earn you any points with long term bloggers.




plzs DONT : Quote Klolly23: i have him on Ignore


this is one bloger i dont want too see Quote at all
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459. TropicTraveler
11:56 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Quoting Klolly23:

For a person so many look towards for tropical info why cant Taz spell for anything. I mean cmon its annoying...


Taz has been on here for many years providing great information. Picking on his spelling won't earn you any points with long term bloggers.
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458. GeoffreyWPB
11:56 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
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456. severstorm
11:49 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Good Morning all
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455. WxLogic
11:40 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Good Morning
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454. TropicalAnalystwx13
11:38 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Here is some good news...Apparently, Nesat isn't strengthening as much as forecast. So now, the expected landfall will be as a Category 2 versus a Category 4...much better.



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453. stormpetrol
11:36 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Quoting CaribBoy:


mmm.. close to the islands. However that's a fantastic morning here in the N Leewards. No winds, clear sky, some beautiful cirrus.


Morning all and Ophelia finally looks like a well formed TS. Go figure!
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452. TropicalAnalystwx13
11:36 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Good Morning All.

Tropical Storm Philippe is NOT only 60 mph...More like 70 mph. It has a well-formed CDO, with spiral bands, notably in the NW and SW quadrants, which have become better defined since the last advisory. Not sure why they took it becoming a hurricane out of the forecast, considering its likely already over their peak intensity forecast (65 mph).

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451. tornadodude
11:27 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Quoting PensacolaDoug:



You rock Mat! Good luck with your endeavor.


Thanks Doug! Back at ya man!
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450. Chicklit
11:26 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
The question was whether to drive over from New Smyrna Beach to Ocoee to pick up materials or stay here and make copies myself of them instead.

I think the weather report is convincing me to stay here. Driving in torrential rain means risking dumb people getting into accidents because they won't slow down according to conditions.

Funny how weather will tell us what to do when we're not sure.

435 AM EDT MON SEP 26 2011

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT.

.THUNDERSTORM IMPACT...
DEEP MOISTURE REMAINS IN PLACE ACROSS THE FLORIDA PENINSULA TODAY...AND WILL SUPPORT NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND LIGHTNING STORMS DURING THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOURS. SCATTERED SHOWERS AND LIGHTNING STORMS WILL DEVELOP ALONG THE EAST COAST SEA BREEZE AS IT MOVES INLAND THIS AFTERNOON... WITH THE HIGHEST COVERAGE OVER THE TREASURE COAST. STORM COVERAGE AND INTENSITY IS EXPECTED TO INCREASE BY LATE AFTERNOON OVER THE INTERIOR AS BOUNDARIES AND STORM OUTFLOWS INTERACT WITH THE EAST AND WEST COAST SEA BREEZES. WEAK STEERING FLOW WILL CONTINUE TO PRODUCE SLOW AND ERRATIC STORM MOTION...THOUGH STORMS NORTH OF THE TREASURE COAST AND OKEECHOBEE COUNTY WILL HAVE A TENDENCY TO DRIFT TO THE EAST OR NORTHEAST AT 5 TO 10 MPH.

FREQUENT TO EXCESSIVE CLOUD TO GROUND LIGHTNING WILL BE THE MAIN THUNDERSTORM HAZARD. A FEW STRONGER STORMS MAY PRODUCE WIND GUSTS UP TO 45 MPH. ALSO...NUMEROUS BOUNDARY INTERACTIONS MAY PRODUCE A BRIEF FUNNEL CLOUD OR LANDSPOUT.

.FLOOD IMPACT...
DEEP MOISTURE AND SLOW STORM MOTION WILL PRODUCE LOCALLY HEAVY RAINS ACROSS THE AREA THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING. RAINFALL AMOUNTS UP TO 3 TO 4 INCHES WILL BE POSSIBLE IN A FEW SPOTS. THIS WILL PRODUCE AT LEAST NUISANCE FLOODING OF LOW LYING AND POOR DRAINAGE AREAS...WITH MORE SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS POSSIBLE IN LOCATIONS THAT HAVE SEEN HEAVY RAIN OVER THE PAST FEW DAYS. THE BEST CHANCE FOR SEEING LOCALIZED HEAVY RAINFALL WILL BE OVER THE INTERIOR DURING THE LATE AFTERNOON.

.RIP CURRENT IMPACT...
AN INCREASING LONG PERIOD SWELL AND APPROACHING NEW MOON WILL PRODUCE A MODERATE THREAT FOR RIP CURRENTS AT THE BEACHES OF EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA TODAY. THE THREAT WILL INCREASE INTO THE AFTERNOON AS THE SWELL BUILDS. ALWAYS SWIM WITHIN SIGHT OF A LIFEGUARD.

.MARINE THUNDERSTORM GUST IMPACT...
STORMS THIS MORNING OVER THE LOCAL ATLANTIC WILL DIMINISH THROUGH MID MORNING WITH ACTIVITY DEVELOPING OVER THE INTRACOASTAL WATERS AND INLAND LAKES INTO THE AFTERNOON. ANY STORMS THAT DEVELOP TODAY WILL BE CAPABLE OF PRODUCING STRONG WIND GUSTS OVER 35 KNOTS.
SOUTHWEST STEERING FLOW NORTH OF SEBASTIAN INLET WILL ALLOW STORMS THAT DEVELOP OVER LAND TO MOVE EAST OR NORTHEAST AT 10 KNOTS OR LESS TOWARDS THE COAST DURING THE LATE AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOURS.
.WATERSPOUT IMPACT...
PLENTIFUL MOISTURE AND LIGHT WINDS WILL BRING A CONTINUING THREAT FOR WATERSPOUTS ALONG DEVELOPING CLOUD LINES OVER THE INTRACOASTAL AND NEARSHORE ATLANTIC WATERS THROUGH EARLY AFTERNOON. THIS THREAT WILL SHIFT INLAND LATER THIS AFTERNOON OVER THE LARGER INLAND LAKES AS A RESULT OF BOUNDARY COLLISIONS. BOATERS SHOULD STEER CLEAR OF WATERSPOUTS AND FUNNEL CLOUDS. IF A SPOUT APPROACHES YOU ON LAND...SEEK SHELTER IN A STURDY BUILDING.

.WIND AND SEA IMPACT...
LONG PERIOD SWELLS WILL BUILD TO 5 TO 6 FEET OVER THE OFFSHORE WATERS LATE THIS MORNING INTO THIS AFTERNOON. SMALL CRAFT SHOULD EXERCISE CAUTION IF VENTURING BEYOND 20 NM TODAY.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...TUESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY.
DRIER AIR WILL BEGIN FILTERING INTO EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA ON TUESDAY...WITH LOWER RAIN CHANCES EXPECTED INTO NEXT WEEKEND.
.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...
SPOTTERS ARE REQUESTED TO MONITOR THE WEATHER AND SELF ACTIVATE IF NEEDED. PLEASE REPORT TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF 2 INCHES OR GREATER IN ONE HOUR...OR TOTAL ACCUMULATIONS OF 3 INCHES OR GREATER.

$$

MOSES


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449. JLPR2
11:19 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Also, the biggest problem could be rainfall. Steering currents are weak in the area.

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448. PensacolaDoug
11:18 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Quoting tornadodude:
hey everyone,

just popping in for a minute,

hope all is well,

since the weather is fairly calm right now, feel free to like my storm chase team page on Facebook. The team name is TORC (Tornado Observation and Research Crew) Torc is of Latin origin, and it means "to twist." perfect. anyway, I figured now would be an ok time to post it,

link is on the newest post in my blog,

feel free to comment and leave me feedback, criticism, or whatever floats your boat ;)

thanks!

Matt

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You rock Mat! Good luck with your endeavor.
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447. islander101010
11:15 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
looks like the o storm is trying to gets her act together watching the western carib. my character expects about 3 more cyclones this season 2 in the w. carib
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446. JLPR2
11:13 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Quoting CaribBoy:


mmm.. close to the islands. However that's a fantastic morning here in the N Leewards. No winds, clear sky, some beautiful cirrus.


Ophelia's MLC is digging nicely to the surface. We might see her back sooner than expected, unless wind-shear increases. Right now it is 5-10knots.

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445. PensacolaDoug
11:10 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Quoting WDEmobmet:


interesting cloud wake caused by downwind flow from that island, isla socorro, mexico


Very Cool pic! Thanks for posting!
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444. tornadodude
11:06 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Lol gfs 2 weeks out
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443. CaribBoy
11:04 AM GMT on September 26, 2011


mmm.. close to the islands. However that's a fantastic morning here in the N Leewards. No winds, clear sky, some beautiful cirrus.
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442. wunderweatherman123
11:01 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
not to scare anyone bu the 6z GFS has a hurricane 980mb in the W carribean in 2 weeks.... it moves nne and then makes a turn nnw towards western cuba...
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441. stormwatcherCI
10:56 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Quoting prcane4you:
Anybody home? Looks like everyone's here POOF.
I am here but doesn't look like anyone else is. Good morning. Are you getting any rain yet from Ophelia ?
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440. prcane4you
10:47 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Anybody home? Looks like everyone's here POOF.
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439. aislinnpaps
10:17 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Morning, Baha, S2001S and anyone else up this early. It was beautiful here last night once the sun went down. But another day in the mid 90s. I'm ready for Fall weather!
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438. strong2011storm
9:50 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
typhon nesat its not so intense than the models predicted and it will be a cat 2.
td haitiang its very weak storm but it reached the tropical storm force on the weekend.
Hillary its a major hurricane and its going north but the weakning of the storm its slowly, and it could be the hurricane of the eastern pacific if it baja.
ophelia is dead but it will regenerate into a good tropical storm, and it could it bermuda.
philipe its a tropical storm that its powerfull and will mantain its power and going to azores or iberic peninsula.
caribean it could see a tropical disturbance in the next days
and the low in 35n it has power to become a tropical depresion
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437. BahaHurican
9:41 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Morning all.



Looks like Ophelia's ghosting past PR....

Wonder if the ULL that sheared Ophelia to death will bring us rain over the next couple of days....
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436. strong2011storm
9:26 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Quoting LostTomorrows:
Of course, Ophelia finally looks tropical after she's declared post-tropical. I guess she has quite the shot at regenerating sometime tomorrow.
Philippe can probably still make hurricane status, albeit briefly.

And what's with that very interesting looking tropical system in the northeast Atlantic around 35N? If this season wants to be any more similar to its 6-year-ago counterpart, then that looks like it could be this year's Vince. Although it's very difficult to tell, but it does look like a broken-off trough that's getting somewhat tropical characteristics.



philipe its not going to be a hurricane but it will be a strong tropical storm that could hit azores( portugal) or even iberic peninsula but in a post tropical level.

this northeastern low its interesting and its get stronger but i don`t see this low becoming a tropical depression.
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435. strong2011storm
9:19 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Quoting WDEmobmet:


interesting cloud wake caused by downwind flow from that island, isla socorro, mexico



its interesting lol



ophelia its down i have a felling that its not over for ophelia and its going to regenarate into a tropical storm again
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434. tornadodude
8:53 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
hey everyone,

just popping in for a minute,

hope all is well,

since the weather is fairly calm right now, feel free to like my storm chase team page on Facebook. The team name is TORC (Tornado Observation and Research Crew) Torc is of Latin origin, and it means "to twist." perfect. anyway, I figured now would be an ok time to post it,

link is on the newest post in my blog,

feel free to comment and leave me feedback, criticism, or whatever floats your boat ;)

thanks!

Matt

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433. robert88
8:39 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
All these weak struggling pathetic pulsating on and off storms in the Atlantic are getting quite zzzzzzz
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432. Klolly23
8:27 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Quoting Tazmanian:




am not sure it seemm like wind shear is starting too take overe so am not sure if will see any oct storms or we see a few but we all so start looking closer too home
Quoting Tazmanian:




am not sure it seemm like wind shear is starting too take overe so am not sure if will see any oct storms or we see a few but we all so start looking closer too home

For a person so many look towards for tropical info why cant Taz spell for anything. I mean cmon its annoying...
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431. sar2401
7:49 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Caribe, what was that long string of undecipherable data supposed to mean?
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430. sar2401
7:46 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:


We're no where done with the 2011 Atlantic hurricane season, there is still a good probability of 6-9 named storms, mainly in the Caribbean. This will be a problem during October and November.


6 to 9 named storms, mainly in the Caribbean, going into November? What scientific data led you that conclusion?
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429. MoltenIce
7:29 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
She always has this look.
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428. AussieStorm
7:22 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
Quoting HadesGodWyvern:
test...

Not working, Back after the break.
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427. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
6:58 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
test...
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426. CaribBoy
4:55 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
2 hours without a post ...
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425. HuracandelCaribe
4:54 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
MM
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09
26
1:18 am
  
W
9.9
12.0
-
-
-
-
29.85
-
82.2
84.0
-
-
-
-


09
26
1:12 am
  
W
11.1
13.0
-
-
-
-
29.86
-
82.4
84.0
-
-
-
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09
26
1:06 am
  
W
11.1
14.0
-
-
-
-
29.86
-
82.2
84.0
-
-
-
-


09
26
1:00 am
  
W
11.1
13.0
-
-
-
-
29.86
-0.04
82.2
84.0
-
-
-
-


09
26
12:54 am
  
W
12.0
14.0
-
-
-
-
29.87
-
82.2
84.0
-
-
-
-


09
26
12:48 am
  
W
13.0
14.0
-
-
-
-
29.87
-
82.4
84.2
-
-
-
-


09
26
12:42 am
  
W
12.0
14.0
-
-
-
-
29.87
-
82.4
84.2
-
-
-
-


09
26
12:36 am
  
WSW
11.1
14.0
-
-
-
-
29.87
-
82.4
84.4
-
-
-
-


09
26
12:30 am
  
WSW
11.1
13.0
-
-
-
-
29.88
-
82.4
84.4
-
-
-
-


09
26
12:24 am
  
W
12.0
13.0
-
-
-
-
29.88
-
82.4
84.6
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-
-
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09
26
12:18 am
  
W
9.9
12.0
-
-
-
-
29.88
-
82.0
84.6
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09
26
12:12 am
  
W
11.1
12.0
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29.88
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82.2
84.7
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09
26
12:06 am
  
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9.9
12.0
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29.88
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82.2
84.7
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09
26
12:00 am
  
WSW
9.9
12.0
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-
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29.88
-0.01
82.4
84.7
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09
25
11:54 pm
  
WSW
9.9
11.1
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-
-
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29.88
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82.2
84.7
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09
25
11:48 pm
  
WSW
9.9
11.1
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29.88
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82.2
84.7
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09
25
11:42 pm
  
WSW
8.9
11.1
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-
29.88
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82.4
84.7
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09
25
11:36 pm
  
WSW
8.9
11.1
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29.88
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82.2
84.7
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25
11:30 pm
  
WSW
8.9
11.1
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-
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29.88
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82.2
84.7
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424. Tazmanian
3:58 AM GMT on September 26, 2011
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