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Robert Speta
Operational and broadcast meteorologist in Jacksonville FL. Prior NBC Rochester, NHK WORLD Japan & US Navy. Tropical Expert, drone pilot and outdoor enthusiast
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Robert Speta 8h
Replying to @wxnewsdesk
Yes you can. Taken in Jacksonville Beach about 10am
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Robert Speta 8h
Replying to @WeatherNation
Yes you can! This was taken around 10AM Monday morning Jacksonville Beach.
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Robert Speta 8h
Thanks buddy!
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Robert Speta 8h
Some rough waves being kicked up by in Florida. Seen beach rescue help out a surfer right in front of me after he got hit with his surfboard.
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Robert Speta 21h
Replying to @RobertSpetaWX
Good news the bulk of the convection and weather which is in red and yellow is remaining off shore.
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Robert Speta 21h
Not exactly a eye but is attempting to wrap up it’s low level convection as seen on Microwave imagery.
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Robert Speta Aug 2
Tropical Storm and rip current warnings aren’t keeping people out of the water in Florida Sunday Afternoon. I know I wouldn’t be going in those waves today.
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Robert Speta Aug 2
Flag starting to consistently blow out of the East in some 15kt winds in Jacksonville along with onshore showers. First effects of .
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Robert Speta Aug 2
still going to impact the Florida coast today and tomorrow mainly East if I-95. Not as a major hurricane but still some decent coastal effects in the outlook.
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Robert Speta Aug 2
Solid 54kt wind gust blowing over Freeport this past hour. may not be a Hurricane but still packing A decent punch in the Bahamas.
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Levi Cowan Aug 2
Tropical Storm has moved NNW overnight and is now located east of West Palm Beach, FL. A new burst of thunderstorms is ongoing, but so far there is no sign of a big change in strength. The heaviest rainfall remains offshore, but that may change as Isaias gets closer.
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Robert Speta Aug 2
A good one stop for observation information I would suggest the “National Audubon Society field guid to North American Weather. “ The information in there is not just for North America though and it’s a good guide to figuring out what the clouds in the sky mean.
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Mike Buresh Aug 1
beach conditions will be dangerous through Monday. Check out the erosion & rip current at Neptune Beach late this (Sat.) afternoon
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Mike Adcock Aug 1
Center of Tropical Storm slowing to a grind between the Bahamas and Florida.
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Dakota Smith Aug 1
⚡️ Isaias at sunset ⚡️
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Robert Speta Aug 1
Long period waves coming on shore in Today. Before the age of satellites and modern warnings this was a sign used by sailors of a tropical system approaching.
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Robert Speta Aug 1
Talk about a big old storm, wind field stretches from HongKong to Southern Vietnam. Dominating the South China sea. Meanwhile its little brother is has a tighter stronger LLC.
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Robert Speta Aug 1
After a record breaking Calm July in the Westpac now there are TWO named storms. and are set to have dual impacts on China.
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Robert Speta Aug 1
Replying to @WeeabooShogun
No not at all, IMO some decent waves and a good breeze along the coast.
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Robert Speta Aug 1
I can't wait for John Oliver from to do a "and now this" segment on people pronouncing it.
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