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Josh Morgerman Oct 17
Could you imagine Cat4 nailing major American city with almost no warning? Happened 70 yrs ago tonite when violent Hurricane KING made landfall near downtown . KING was tiny—radius of max winds was <5 n mi—leaving narrow but heavy damage swath thru city.
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Philip Klotzbach Oct 19
Tropical Depression 27 has formed in the central subtropical Atlantic and is forecast to intensify to a tropical storm later today. Next name on 2020 Atlantic season list is . Current record for earliest 26th Atlantic named storm formation is Nov 22, 2005
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ReN info Oct 17
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Philip Klotzbach Oct 21
is now a major (Category 3) - the 2nd major hurricane to form in the Atlantic this month, along with Delta. Only 5 other years since 1950 have had 2 major Atlantic hurricane formations in October: 1950, 1961, 1964, 1995 and 2005.
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Stu Ostro Oct 21
Interesting structural similarity of the unnamed at the end of the in 1991 and !
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The Weather Channel Oct 21
has become the fourth "major" (Cat. 3+) hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season. Fortunately, its tiny core of hurricane-force winds will remain east of . Details:
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NOAA Satellites Oct 21
is now officially a in the Atlantic, and is watching the storm carefully. warns that dangerous surf and rip currents are likely along the coasts of Bermuda, the Bahamas, the Greater Antilles, and Leeward Islands.
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Force Thirteen 2m
just grazing Bermuda while staying a and will turn in the next 3 to 4 days more details on our Update !
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George Delanjian Oct 17
EPS & CFS both hint at the central & western Caribbean possibly remaining active through *at least* mid-November. season sure going wall to wall this year.
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BGWX Oct 21
We have had 6 Significant Hurricanes this year with a pressure of 965mb or lower. Those Hurricanes include Laura, Paulette, Sally, Teddy, Delta, and now . All impressive in their own way and have all brought different equations to the table.
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Bonnie Schneider Oct 21
has rapidly intensified 🌀
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Amber Dotson Oct 14
00z run pushing this storm well off the coast of the United States. Still could be nasty for the Caribbean.
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WxAtlantic Oct 21
UPDATE 7: Epsilon is now the 4th major hurricane this year with MSWs of 115mph and a MCP of 955mb.
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The Weather Channel Oct 19
leaves 2020 Atlantic season just 2 storms shy of an all-time record. Perspective:
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WxAtlantic Oct 21
145mph Category 4 hurricane with no eye then we get a 90mph Category 1 hurricane with a very well defined eye. What is this season?
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Tropically Depressed 9h
GFS continues to try and push something out of the Caribbean. This is 12Z run Day +14
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Best Friends 14h
Shocky was the last dog at our Sanctuary to survive Katrina. She lived a long life, filled with nothing but love. Shocky overcame so much through the years, but always bounced back from whatever was thrown her way. Rest in peace, sweet Shocky. 🌈 ^AT
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WxAtlantic Oct 21
I haven't seen such a well-defined eye since Hurricane Laura. is a beautiful storm.
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The Weather Channel Oct 20
is forecast to become the 10th of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season tonight or Wednesday morning. After its brush with , it could have an interesting post-tropical "afterlife" next week. Details:
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Dαyron Manuεl Oct 21
Inside the eye of major . -Hurricane Hunters
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