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TheCaribbeanBlogger aka the #BlindManInTheGarden 4m
We have a coming our way “60Miles?” from corner due this Thursday We are in the beginning of the peak days four 😁 Are you aware of it?
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Stefanie 21h
Saturday update including the tropics!
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Phil Graham - 7 foot 1 Roofer Aug 23
We are rapidly approaching the peak of . Are you prepared?
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Phil Graham - 7 foot 1 Roofer 23h
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Scott M Modlin 17h
Atlantic getting busy.
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DrJimFox26 14h
The National Hurricane Center is giving an area of low pressure off the coast of Texas and Louisiana a 10% chance of organizing over the next 5 days. The good news is that it will likely make landfall before anything can happen.
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Zack Shields FOX 7 20h
Just like that tropics are heating up. Here is tropical depression #5 and could be a hurricane in Caribbean this week.
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Bellwetherpost 15h
The fourth tropical cyclone of the 2019 Hurricane Season forms in the Atlantic Basin. Have a hurricane preparedness plan in place.
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WMBB News 13 14h
We now have T.S. Dorian in the Atlantic, southeast of the Windward Islands. The forecast track brings it to the Dominican Republic by Thursday and while things becomes more uncertain, most models have it dissipating out.
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Stefanie Aug 23
Way out there, but worth keeping an eye on!
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Will Hatheway Aug 22
While the current Atlantic hurricane season has been quiet, NOAA forecasters monitoring oceanic and atmospheric patterns say conditions are now more favorable for above-normal hurricane activity since El Nino has now ended.
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Diego Picon Aug 23
Looks like 2019 is getting ready to start. Hey SE Florida heads up tropical storm brewing up near you
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Chuck Copeland Aug 22
The National Hurricane Center 5-Day Graphical Outlook.
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Stefanie Aug 23
8/23 update: Keeping our eyes near Miami waters as an area of interest becomes better organized.
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Hannah Town Aug 20
I think we may stand a chance this year if we can make it through the “F” name hurricanes without dying.
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Orange County Sheriff's Office Aug 21
We are just getting into the height of hurricane season. Are you ready? Have an emergency plan in place and stock up on supplies. For more information, go to
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SURVIVAL Aug 21
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DrJimFox26 Aug 21
Tropical Storm will stay out to sea. There’s a 20% chance a tropical low will become organized along the coast from Florida to North Carolina. The height of hurricane season is Sept. 10th, so this activity is to be expected.
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Stefanie Aug 21
This is was you call determination folks! That itty bitty Low was determined to become tropical. Thankfully, it's a "fish storm", although those along these shipping routes are probably peeved.
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WTOC Jamie Ertle Aug 20
Tropical Update: 8/20/19 10pm We now have Tropical Storm Chantal. will continue to head east into the Atlantic remaining a tropical storm and then do a little loopty loop over the weekend.
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