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Noel is gone; Atlantic is quiet

By: Dr. Jeff Masters, 2:23 PM GMT on November 05, 2007

All is quiet in the tropical Atlantic. The near-tropical depression that moved ashore last night over Nicaragua has dumped about 6 inches of rain over northeastern Nicaragua and Honduras. Disturbed weather continues in this region and over the adjacent ocean areas, but the activity has died down considerably since yesterday, and is not a threat to develop. None of the reliable computer models show any tropical cyclone development in the Atlantic over the next week. Wind shear is expected to be high over the entire tropical Atlantic, except for the extreme southern Caribbean near Nicaragua and Costa Rica.

'Noreaster Noel
'Noreaster Noel whipped up some very impressive winds and waves over the weekend, and I have a few more stats to share on the storm. For Canada, here are some of the peak wind reports:

St. Paul Island: 62 mph gusting to 79 mph
Hart Island: 51 mph gusting 75 mph
Halifax Airport (20 kilometers inland): 58 gusting 70 mph.
Grand Etang, Cape Breton: 63 gusting 89 mph, though this is partly a local phenomenon, caused by amplification by the topography of the Cape Breton Highlands.

The peak waves at the Georgian Bank buoy 44011 were 45.6 feet. These were 6 feet higher than those measured during the famed "Perfect Storm" of October 1991. Noel's waves were the highest recorded at the buoy since the on-line record begins in 1984.

Thanks go to Peter Watson for the wind stats and Margie Kieper for the wave stats.

Wunderphotographer Mike Theiss was in Nova Scotia for the storm, and plans on posting his usual fantastic photos later today or Tuesday.

Jeff Masters
TS NOEL - Dominican Republic
TS NOEL - Dominican Republic
These were sent to me here in St Martin by a colleague in the DR -very impressive

The views of the author are his/her own and do not necessarily represent the position of The Weather Company or its parent, IBM.

Reader Comments

Guess I stumped the panel!
92L is here.

LOL, see that no weather to speak of does not affect adverse times on here!
Ignore feature.......PRICELESS :)
Heeeyyyy, look at that!

They finally decided to slap an invest on the Azores low.
<<<
Evenin Tig
Evenin Jp
The surprising part is that they haven't already named it.
weird...my comment disappeared but arrows stayed...
hey baja...what up buttercup!
Nuttin much...How are you this evenin?
Nah, it might not be warm-core yet.

Based on satellite presentation I would say it is still non-tropical. But then again, I don't have any links to see the thermal structure of the storm...

Could be a named sub-tropical @11pm. The decending quikSCAT missed the storm's core, but it appears as though it has 35kt winds at the center so it could be named Olga then.

My guess is that the NHC will wait until tomorrow morning, however.
not too much here...had mandatory employee meeting tonight at 6...came home to broken sink in hall bath...ye freakin ha to my day! lol
Yikes...meeting at SIX!! That bites!!
especially when you get to work at 7:30am. by the time i got home, hubby had to leave..found the leak and had to get peewee outta the tub to go to Home Depot to get the stuff to fix the sink...not a good day, but hey, someone had a worse day than me ,...
Oh yeah, Olga is here now. We have to have the numbers.
nite storm, make sure all the yugioh cards are put up, rofl
It slipped out Storm.....LOL.
Nite storm
TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL
1030 PM EST MON NOV 5 2007

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

A NON-TROPICAL LOW PRESSURE AREA CENTERED ABOUT 625 MILES SOUTHWEST
OF THE AZORES CONTINUES TO PRODUCE DISORGANIZED SHOWERS AND A FEW
THUNDERSTORMS. THIS LOW IS EXPECTED TO MOVE SOUTHWARD DURING THE
NEXT DAY OR SO AND WILL BE MONITORED FOR SIGNS OF TROPICAL OR
SUBTROPICAL DEVELOPMENT.

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



There ya go.
524. vortfix 3:17 AM GMT on November 06, 2007
It slipped out Storm.....LOL.

And it came out wrong! roflmao
It's about the numbers Tigger........
I know vort, just laughing about how you said it, look had a bad day, trying to cheer myself up, not being hateful or trollish, ask storm, baja, flood, jp, etc, I am one of the nice ones in here, take offense occasionally to the trolls and bite back once in a blue moon but nice the rest of the time, sorry if you took offense, it is an old joke...as I am what I like to say...old enuf to be a grandma but not one yet!
You're a sweetie, Tig. I like ya *smiles*
535. 7544
92L on the navy site moving ssw where will it be going could it start to gowest under the strong high ?
thanks baja, smooches to ya! sorry, it was just funny...i look up and read...it slipped out! didn't matter what it was referring to...it was just funny at the moment...
Details on El Nino and La Nina years from 1950 on to present:
Link
Welp, if YOU got a chuckle out of it...that's kinda the point, aint it? :)
No problem Tigger.
Last year was a supposed El Nino year....which usually means a wetter and colder winter for Florida. That didn't happen.
Now we are supposed to be under an La Nina influence which should dictate warmer and dryer conditions for Florida.
So far we have the cooler and dry conditions this week.
Let's see how that plays.
bad day...it made me laugh...yup, point away!
Hey JP

I was just looking at some AMSU imagery and 92L doesn't have any warm-core features...yet

Probably another 12-24 hours...
la nina/el nino it isn't just about florida tho...you have to remember that...it affects the entire SE...charleston, this year has had major hot and humid with little rain...heat index in aug and sept was above 90 by 9am...couldn't even let the kids outside at school...and until this past week, temps have been above normal...water is still warm to...should be way cooled off by now...one week of weather doesn't mean the phenominom isn't happening, it just means we are having typical weather for a week or so
Right....it's not about Florida. I was only pointing out the effects to Florida.
forgive me..what is an LLC again? someone..anyone..please!
and want to talk about cool weather? it is only supposed to be a high of 60 in charleston on wednesday, that is by no means cold compared to NE...but to chilly to open a window at night since lows are in low 40's to upper 30's
549. 7544
jphurricane2006 3:45 AM GMT on November 06, 2007
yeah I agree sullivan, its dipping south, I think we could see it be named in that time frame

someone brought up a good point, wouldnt it move west now under the strong high?



actually yes it would go west for a short time untill the front comes by and pushes it ne i could be wrong but thats how it looks now what about you ?
ah, sorry...tired...looking back see it that way now
anyway all i'm outa here seeya later
T-MINUS 601 hrs 3min remain of
2007 atlantic hurricane season
I don't know how much further west it could move. There's a strongly confluent flow to the west of 92L and it's vertically stacked to the upper level low that spawned it.

It should move slightly SSW before getting picked up by a conjunction of the trough left behind by Noel and the trough moving off the East Coast right now in about 2 days.
Looney Larry's Crabs.....LLC!
Nite, keep
ok, too tired now, im out for the night, try to get back tomorrow to see if there is another invest/anything...peace to all and trolls are like gremlins, no food, no water, especially after midnight!
g'nite, tig...sleep well, hun
nite jp
LLC = Low-Level Circulation
It was shiny and I played with it *giggles* sorry :))

Hiya flood
Howdy, folks! (except the trolls of course...you know who you are)
Baja, darlin', how's my favorite EMT?
man i missed those trolls it was almost "perfect" being off here for a few days
Winding down for bedtime...phase evolutions :)) :))... How YOU doin?
reading back I thought JP was going to bust a vein!
Evenin rare
evening baha , flood
Look at #5

Link
Someone was saying awhile ago....ssw..then when the hi moves off....ne. Could be a good call
baja im with flood all women are dangerous.
So folks, do we another invest? Blogging from my phone...surfing is a bit of a pain
Wanna know why I'm not? Because I worry about what "I" do, and let you guys worry about yourselves *laffs*
92L, Flood
Looks like the model concensus show a borderline warm core...but take it back NE...asymmetrical cold core
rare, you know it...especially the ones who like the shiny...right, Baja? LOL
*laffs* Well, there ya go ...lol!!!
Good Morning Flood!
I wonder why the GFDL hasnt run since nov03
Steering in that area was supposed to be SSW...a front in the next 24 hours?

Speaking of fronts, there's a blue line passing over the house as I speak...the temp has 10-15 degrees in the last three hours
ivan, how you doing? Give the cat the night off?
Flood, that blue line is my permanent marker
Cat got violent when W.U took her pic off as my avatar. Just got the stiches out yesterday. Cat is also upset b/c I used Feline Jedi mind trick to affect the outcome of a football game for personal profit.
LOL, Ivan...can you drop the temp a little more?
I'll have to go buy another magic marker. Maybe 2morrow. Be careful what you ask for. I don't want to trigger another Ice age. That could take away the livelyhood of gw preachers.
Ok, guys on the travel channel are looking for the choicest grubs for dinner. I think that's my cue to hit the hay
y'all enjoy the rest of your evening....take care n g'nite
Oh well, back to the music project....
im headed out to night!
Ivan, did profit well from misuse of Feline Jedi Mind Trick? If so, then it was worth it. LOL
looks like we're all out...rare, don't do anything I wouldn't do (not much ground to cover there), Ivan, be kind to the feline (stitches hurt), and Baja, ma'am, have a good evening (tips his tin foil hat)...night, all
I made enough to post a new avatar...I think. However cat feels I could turn to the dark side if I continue such behaviors. I just wanted notre dame to lose, I didn't care about the money really.
test.
Hi there!

What do you think about the recent labeled 92L just south of Azores? The first thing I thought yesterday evening was an 'instant occlusion' in that low.

Good morning from Spain.
Good morning from Florida.....Spain:


THE NEXT ITEM OF INTEREST IS THE OCCLUDED 1000 MB SFC LOW JUST N
OF THE AREA NEAR 33N35W...OR ABOUT 540 NM SW OF THE AZORES. THIS
SYSTEM IS BEING MONITORED FOR SIGNS OF TROPICAL OR SUBTROPICAL
DEVELOPMENT.
morning gang!
About the ocludded low close to Azores, I find some similarities with 'DELTA' and 'VINCE' cases. Both them with a non-tropical origin: mesolow with strong convection, keeping it in a different enviroment than the real surface low under the trough aloft.

Anyway, it seems too weak to become into a more organized system.

Let me know your thoughts, please.
Looks like Noel took any chance of adding to Lake O'swater level with it.
Storm, the pattern seems to be becoming too hostile over the entire Atl basin except maybe extreme SW carrib or Southern Bay of Campeche. Even those areas seem doubtful at this point. The air mass over S. FL is a good indicator. Maybe if last weekends cold front were to become warm front and head north something may have a slim opportunity to develop, but I'm not holding my breath over it. I reallly think Noel was the last hoorah for 07. Probably for our rainy season too. This spring is going to be a HORRIBLE fire season.
Ivansrvr, morning, your dryseason will doubtless be a bad one, as will ours in Trinidad. The rains have fallen in October, but were very low otherwise. Also, what rain did fall was in the West of the Island, missing the resevoirs and rivers. We are talking about building some more de-salination plants, which I agree with. The weather would seem to be sending us all a message. Can we understand it ??
The thing that has been catching my eye with this LaNina is that there are still pools of cooler water. That leads me to believe that this Nina event is still in it's onset phase. Usually, as La Nina dies off, the cool water spreads and evens out. That is not happening yet. The major La Nina events are usually two years long. This one has major written all over it.
Pottery2, My father designs "reverse osmosis" desalinization plants. If done right, there are many benefits besides clean water. Salt has many uses too. The problem is when people cut corners in the design process. Many municipalities along Florida's Coastline are switching over to R.O. There is a small but vocal group of envirosocialists that are protesting the town of Lake Worth for proposing a R.O. plant. Those folks don't realize that the can treat the Ocean water now for cheap, or have to treat the groundwater later(10x the expense). As fast as the groundwater is being used up, saltwater intrusion will occur sooner than later.
".....It could be very very bad, it already is in some places. Also if La Nina is that strong, it could have big implications on next season, with La Nina, I feel that the break we have had the last 2 years, will be over in 2008."

Jp, with this La Nina, fire season will be bad. In the 2 previous La Nina events that I recall,(84-85,98-99) Mexico and Cent. America took it on the chin during onset season. The second season had notable strong Eastern Seaboard landfalls. This La Nina has had a much more dramatic onset than those two.
GM all,cool rainy morning here in the northeast
Storm, Ive been watching the ENSO forecasts too. Notice the more rapid dropoff in recent months? It doesn't make since to believe that since temps are falling faster, theyr'e suddenly going to rebound. If the rate of decline was slowing a bit, Id believe the fall was ending. The opposite is happening. Nino 3.4 is as good an indicator as any. Anybody betting on that predicted rebound is wanting to lose some money.
Good morning JP and Pottery.

Ivansrvr, we hadf a general election yesterday. The status quo remains. The de-sal plants would seem to be a " go " item. Maybe your father needs to get to T+T to start introducing his ideas fast.
Salinity here ( especialy in the Gulf of Paria ) is low, thanks to the Orinoco, and we have our own natural gas to run the things.
The authorities would probably opt for several smaller plants, located close to existing industrial areas.
It should be interesting........
Morning, Mr.P.
Morning, all...so 92L, huh? Hey, does anyone know what's up with the FSU site? The models page is 72 hours out of date...
612. StormW 1:40 PM GMT on November 06, 2007
Morning NE!

How did you make out up that way?

I'm in the western suburbs of boston,and nothing here,just breezy and wet,cape absorbed most of the damage,some people are still without power.
Ivan, nice Avatar...repayment to the Cat for misuse of Feline Jedi Mind Trick?
And a good morning to you, StormW...it's strange (the models page)...is the webmaster out?
Srorm, towing anything in 30' seas is problems. Needs a great deal of good sense, training and skill. Well done to you and the crew involved.
Storm,I guess we're watching another coastal storm friday night and saturday,models are split on far out or closer to us,but cape could get hit again.This certainly doesn't bode well for the winter.
624. jphurricane2006 8:16 AM CST on November 06, 2007
hey flood, they were partying too hard at the school after the Noles' beat BC this weekend lol

GO NOLES!!



Well, I'm never a proponent of ending the party early...LOL
MODEL DIAGNOSTIC DISCUSSION


SHORTWAVE MOVING THROUGH CENTRAL CANADA THROUGH THE GREAT LAKES
AND EAST...
WHILE MOST OF THE GUIDANCE GENERALLY AGREES ON THE SHORTWAVE
PROGRESSION...THERE ARE ISSUES WITH THE SURFACE LOW. THE GFS/NAM
ARE THE FARTHEST NORTH WHILE THE ECMWF/CANADIAN/UKMET ARE MORE
SOUTHWEST THURSDAY MORNING. THE NAM HAS THE DEEPEST SURFACE LOW.
THIS DOES NOT SEEM TO BE A RELIC OF ANY DIFFERENCE ALOFT AS THE
UKMET/GFS LOOK VERY CLOSE AT THAT TIME. WILL FAVOR A COMPROMISE
AT THE SURFACE DURING THE WEDNESDAY NIGHT/THURSDAY MORNING TIME
FRAME. BY THURSDAY NIGHT/FRIDAY MORNING...THE GFS BECOMES THE
DEEPEST/LOWEST WITH THE HEIGHT FIELD NEAR THE TROUGHS BASE NEAR
GEORGIA AND THE CAROLINAS. WHILE THE MODELS HAVE BEEN DEEPENING
THE SHORTWAVE...THE GFS MIGHT BE TOO EXTREME. PREFER A SOLUTION
MIDWAY BETWEEN THE OTHER GUIDANCE AND GFS BOTH IN THE 500 HPA
HEIGHT FIELD AND PRESSURE FIELD DURING THE LATE THURSDAY/EARLY
FRIDAY TIME FRAME.
633. V26R
Morning All
Don't know...do you remeber when the wind shear product wasn't showing up? I emailed and phoned out there to see if they could bring those products back up.


I emailed Hart to see if something can get done...he's the only contact on the page; is there someone else?
Good morning V2, vortfix...how are you guys this morning?
I don't think so...it's my understanding that the page is his project.


Hopefully he won't take offense at a mere amateur contacting him...LOL
634. Floodman 2:30 PM GMT on November 06, 2007
Don't know...do you remeber when the wind shear product wasn't showing up? I emailed and phoned out there to see if they could bring those products back up.


I emailed Hart to see if something can get done...he's the only contact on the page; is there someone else?

GM Flood,they are out on strike in support of the tv writers.
GM Flood,they are out on strike in support of the tv writers.


LOL...I can see that!
640. V26R
Sometimes ua Amateurs are a little better than the paid pros
Not all the time mind you but sometimes
Mornin all. A pleasant 74 and sunny.....looks like a great day here.
Good morning all.
The London Guardian is reporting today a large deadly mudslide and a subsequent flash flood that is feared to have killed at least 16 in the Mexican State of Chiapas. According to reports, "a huge wave of mud and water swept through a village in southern Mexico when heavy rainfall caused a hillside to collapse into a river" (pushing) "a wall of water and debris over the remote village of San Juan Grijalva, home to about 600 people."

Though the state of Chiapas is rich in resources, ranking 2nd in agricultural production and 4th in the production of oil among the states of Mexico, the largely indigenous population of Chiapas is the poorest in Mexico, in some ways similar to the semi-autonomous Moskito Indian area of Nicaragua in its relationship to the national government. The majority of the inhabitants of Chiapas lack electricity and 40% reportedly suffer from malnourishment. As with the Mayan areas damaged by Dean and the Moskito areas blasted by Felix, it is likely that the true toll in lives and property from this disaster will never be known.

Also reported is "a week of devastating flooding and heavy rains(that)left 80% of Mexico's Gulf Coast state of Tabasco underwater, destroying or damaging the homes of around half a million people." This seems to be a disaster of immense proportion, but I have no further information at this time.
643. V26R
Sure rub it in Vort
Its about 40 Degrees with wind and rain here this morning
643. V26R 2:39 PM GMT on November 06, 2007
Sure rub it in Vort
Its about 40 Degrees with wind and rain here this morning


my thoughts exactly
vort, 48 with a nice north wind here...trade ya!
Rub a dub.....
643. V26R 2:39 PM GMT on November 06, 2007
Sure rub it in Vort
Its about 40 Degrees with wind and rain here this morning


where are you located?I'm 51 and raining.
Geez....now Guygee had to post that.....I read it earlier. I have no humor now.
I really feel for the people in Mexico,looks so bad down there.
Thanks, guygee, for the update...still amazes me sometimes how much we have and how little others have...most of the folks in Chiapas have no pad to fall back on; going to be a rough time in Central America
651. V26R
NEWX Im on Southern Tip of Staten Island, NYC
right where Raritan Bay meets the Arthur Kill
I'm around here.....
653. V26R
Actually up to 48 now
was 42 when I got MSA out of bed this morning
Sorry vortfix. I am guessing that this flooding was related at least peripherally to the southern trough associated with Noel combined with the tropical wave that resulted in that near-depression coming onshore farther south. I was unaware of these conditions until reading that small Guardian article today. Hopefully Dr. Masters can fill us in in his next blog.
655. V26R
Cool
Didn't know Google can do that!

Im right hereLink
Vort, were you there for Frances and Jeanne?
657. V26R
DUH

I didn't do that did I???

Link
Hmmmmm.... V26R.
Looks like you live on top of my place!
652. vortfix 2:48 PM GMT on November 06, 2007
I'm around here.....

I think you need a few more golf clubs around your area.
Oh yeah.....Frances the slo-mo Bimbo and Jeanne! Both right up the inlet!
659. NEwxguy 8:54 AM CST on November 06, 2007
652. vortfix 2:48 PM GMT on November 06, 2007
I'm around here.....

I think you need a few more golf clubs around your area.



Hmmm...like yours, for example?
607. jphurricane2006 1:17 PM GMT on November 06, 2007 Hide this comment.
morning all, well La Nina being this strong, I worry about the drought areas, if the SE does stay dry, how bad is it going to be by the time we get to the wet season again
?

I worry about the drought as well JP! Lake O is still 5 feet below normal and starting to drop already. Dry season is upon us, a La Nina dry season that is.
I think you need a few more golf clubs around your area.


That's funny! LMAO!!
Vortfix - From your map I must have driven nearly by your house dozens of times, as I always like to take the "scenic route" down A1A when coming from my home in Satellite Beach to visit relatives in Boca Raton. You live in an exceptionally beautiful area...but if I recall correctly, it was also near ground zero in 2004 for Frances.
661. Floodman 2:55 PM GMT on November 06, 2007
659. NEwxguy 8:54 AM CST on November 06, 2007
652. vortfix 2:48 PM GMT on November 06, 2007
I'm around here.....

I think you need a few more golf clubs around your area.



Hmmm...like yours, for example?

I like the way you think
666. V26R
Amazing isn't it Vort!

LOL

Took the Stupid pill this morning by mistake
660. vortfix 8:55 AM CST on November 06, 2007
Oh yeah.....Frances the slo-mo Bimbo and Jeanne! Both right up the inlet!




I was about three miles from you during Jeanne...drinking beer and going "oh sh#$" and "wow" a lot...
guygee, I agree...A1A rocks...
I was three miles from you drinkin beer too! LOL
Yeah, this is a very beautiful area guygee. I'm happy to be here....but it was ground zero for two in three weeks.
See? We could have combined coolers...LOL

NWS Melbourne, FL has
archived Florida Dry Season Storm Tracks
They only go back to 01-02 so far, '99-00 would be closer to what we are looking at coming up.
Love the A1A drive, Floodman, beats the drudgery and danger of I-95. I'll take the extra 30-45 minutes to enjoy the view (especially crossing those causeways near where vortfix lives). Then for me its usually St. Lucie Blvd to Indian St. to 76 and finally to I-95 heading south.
See? We could have combined coolers...LOL

Is that where those extra beers flew from? LOL

Yeah, guygee....I have another place in Port Salerno....just south of Indian Street. Cool.
You know my area.
vortfix - I only know your area due to much wandering. I think I did the circle around St Lucie Blvd and "old" St. Lucie Blvd 3 times on one trip before I figured it out, LOL.
672. guygee 9:06 AM CST on November 06, 2007
Love the A1A drive, Floodman, beats the drudgery and danger of I-95. I'll take the extra 30-45 minutes to enjoy the view (especially crossing those causeways near where vortfix lives). Then for me its usually St. Lucie Blvd to Indian St. to 76 and finally to I-95 heading south.



Some of the neighborhoods south of Riviera Beach always looked a little les than savory to me, but I've driven the whole thing a nimber of times and it's awesome...'specially with the top down
Wandering is good here. If you got on Old St. Lucie Blvd.
You were really wandering!
674. guygee 9:15 AM CST on November 06, 2007
vortfix - I only know your area due to much wandering. I think I did the circle around St Lucie Blvd and "old" St. Lucie Blvd 3 times on one trip before I figured it out, LOL.



ROTFLMAO...I did the same thing...WTF? How do I...where is...?!? Crap!
Top down....you go Flood!
Floodman - I've done the full route down A1A taking me through Riviera Beach too, and I recall that area always seems to have some thin scantily-dressed women slowly walking down Route 1 even in broad daylight, more of a symptom of what is west of there I imagine, so yeah, not necessarily an area I would want to detour into for a lunch break.
morgen freunds!
I got some freaky weather happening right now...sun-sleeting.
the low that was supposed to pass through got stuck behind a stationary front and this nice clipper is dragging things on a bit. Anyone with ideas of when that stationary front will break up? from the looks of it I'm getting SW/WSW winds all day. doesnt turn W/ NW until tomorrow...
678. vortfix 9:19 AM CST on November 06, 2007
Top down....you go Flood!



The last time I was in FL for fun (and not wowrk) I was going to rent a little non-descript car jst to get around...had the one of the worast flights of my lofe, got into Orlando late, in a driving rain storm...got to the rental desk and the guy told me they were out of what I had rented, but would I mind a yellow 'stang rag top instead...I told him "yeah, uh huh...did I not brush the hayseeds off me before I got on the plane?"

Got to the spot expecting a 2001 POS, and found...a brand new yellow 'stang convertible...WOOT! I ran some roads that trip!
Sorry guys....the best rib shack I know of is in Riviera Beach....the Blue Front!
A lunch break is all good there.
679. guygee 9:24 AM CST on November 06, 2007
Floodman - I've done the full route down A1A taking me through Riviera Beach too, and I recall that area always seems to have some thin scantily-dressed women slowly walking down Route 1 even in broad daylight, more of a symptom of what is west of there I imagine, so yeah, not necessarily an area I would want to detour into for a lunch break.



LOL...cheap perfume and cries of "Hey, baaabie! Wanna date?" Yep, we ran the same road, guygee LOL
682. vortfix 9:26 AM CST on November 06, 2007
Sorry guys....the best rib shack I know of is in Riviera Beach....the Blue Front!
A lunch break is all good there.




Got to try that one next time I'm in...always ask the locals where the best food is, and dude, I can definitely ALWAYS go for BBQ
Hey flood, don't mess with the scantily dressed girls in Riviera....theyr'e either undercovers or gonna give you a surprise!!!!!!