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Eric Blake 🌀
is the 1st tropical cyclone on record to go from the E Pacific to central Pacific then back to EPac!
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Paul Lackey 26 Oct 15
Replying to @EricBlake12
Seems weird that this has never happened before. Is recurvature less common in the Pacific?
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Tony 26 Oct 15
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I hope it crosses back west of 140° just for fun
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Matt McCall 26 Oct 15
The wind swath graphic is... shall we say, a little off.
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Carol 26 Oct 15
Interesting. Any hurricanes or typhoons with a similar pattern of travel?
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Deborah Marion 26 Oct 15
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Max Power 26 Oct 15
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are you insinuating 'climate change' with your hashtag? :P
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Eric Blake 🌀 27 Oct 15
Replying to @holliemaea
yes much less common and usually it happens well east of 140
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victor murphy 27 Oct 15
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Eastern and Central Northern Pacific ACE at 206% of normal so far this year. North Atlantic at 59%. Screaming message.
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Quincy Vagell 28 Oct 15
Replying to @EricBlake12
any instances of a system crossing from CPac into EPac? Ema was dropped as a TD by CPHC just E of 140W:
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Eric Blake 🌀 28 Oct 15
Replying to @stormchaserQ
the only one is the unnamed Sep 1975. Olaf was almost firstly the first system handed off between the basins
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Eric Blake 🌀 28 Oct 15
Replying to @stormchaserQ
almost certainly
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Quincy Vagell 28 Oct 15
Replying to @EricBlake12
appreciate the info!
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