By: cynvision, 3:09 PM GMT on August 29, 2015
Erika did the same thing she did for three days inside the islands. Wobbled (jumped?) south reforming at night, cast off some swirls in the daytime wobbling pole-ward the next day. Nothing could be observed because of the storm tops. I'm betting the structure wasn't closed since hitting land, it was a slippery snake of lots of points that could be sacrificed. Which, I guess, makes it a wave. (but she cast off her parent tropical wave according to one expert's commen...
By: cynvision, 12:22 AM GMT on August 29, 2015
Whoo. This storm is quite a puzzler. She's the storm that is not predictable.
I seem to come back to blog when I get set on watching a tropical storm. I'm needing to watch this one because a trip to Atlanta is coming up just when the worst of the forecast says it will be in Hudson Florida. I have to figure out when to leave so I'm not driving through downpours on I-75.
I think us blog members keep being misled by the swirlies which keep flying...
By: cynvision, 1:42 PM GMT on August 28, 2012
It's attack of the blob of Isaac today, Tuesday. Monday's brush with the blob dried out before getting to Hilton Head proper. This morning I got out of the house to see a big blob of low cloud heading north towards my house. Bluffton, SC got a good drenching from the small band this morning. Now it's Charleston's and North Carolina's turn. A sweep of moisture is still heading north offshore.Additionally, Isaac has formed an eye and perhaps now will get called a hurr...
By: cynvision, 11:48 AM GMT on August 28, 2012
I've ignored Tasmanian before. I've just ignored him again. Blessed be I don't have to listen to his bashing the NHC on the blog simply because they're not a member of WeatherUnderground. Other members can say "isn't that cute, he is English as a second language." No. He's bashing at every turn a hundred people who've got Isaac down better than he does. Awww. He wants to drop cows on the NHC... I'll drop some crow by his place. Buckup Taz. There'll be a storm you "g...
By: cynvision, 4:37 PM GMT on August 27, 2012
I knew TS Isaac was not going to rapidly intensify. Too many things going against it as it came off Cuba. A number of people on Dr. Master's blog wanted rapid development. All they wanted to see was the computer models validated Sunday afternoon. Nothing else could satisfy them. Nothing. Not even the truth on the radar showing no eye, no wrapping of center of circulation. They came down on people like me being endangering of lives for downplaying the potential of th...
Updated: 10:52 PM GMT on August 27, 2012
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