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Philip Klotzbach 11h
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the landfall of near Bay Saint Louis, MS. Camille was a Category 5 at landfall with max winds of 175 mph. Storm surge reached 24 feet. Over 200 fatalities resulted.
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Philip Klotzbach Aug 15
Assuming National Center forecast is correct & we get 0 TCs for next 5 days, 2019 will have 11th lowest Atlantic ACE since 1950 thru 8/20. Of 10 seasons w/ less ACE thru 8/20, 2 ended up below average seasons using NOAA definition, 6 were average & 2 were above average
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Philip Klotzbach Aug 13
Probably the most dramatic Atlantic season activity increase from August to September occurred in 1961. 0 named storms formed in August that year, while September had 4 major (Category 3-5, winds >=111 mph) hurricanes.
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The King of America Aug 12
almost a category 4 but keep talking about whatever bullshit your political corporate media masters feed you, dipshit.
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Philip Klotzbach Aug 14
The Atlantic has had no named storm activity since Barry on July 14, and the National Center forecasts no new named storms in next 5 days. The last time that the Atlantic went from July 15 through August 19 with 0 named storms was 1982.
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Jen 4h
Time for our daily Nothing like rainy season ☔️☔️🌧🌧
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@planlifeusa 10h
Have you prepared your home for season? Check out the five steps to make your home more hurricane resistant:
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Philip Klotzbach Aug 15
The Atlantic has had only 1 named storm since the start of season on June 1 (Barry) - the fewest named storms between June 1 - August 15 since 1999.
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Emmett Golden 7h
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Pattrn Aug 15
With the season expected to ramp up over the next few weeks, here's what you should know regarding hurricane safety & preparedness.
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Pattrn Aug 16
The city of could be overdue for a due to its coastal location, based on forecast models and historical data. Courtesy: .
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Hurricane Center 10h
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HurricaneAlertEmail 11h
⚡☁🌊 Atlantic Alert for 08/17/2019  -
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Hurricane Center Aug 16
Daily season 2019 report. 16th of 2019:
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Philip Klotzbach Aug 16
Assuming that the National Center is correct and we get no new named storms in next 5 days, the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season will generate the least Accumulated Cyclone Energy through August 21 since 2002.
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Jon Karl Benson 23h
Ruben Hurricane Carter..what a movie
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My Hurricane Tracker 12h
Krosa looks to be coming to an end
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Mike Batson 10h
Hurricane & Spitfire departing Southend just now, en route to Biggin Hill & Eastbourne
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Josh Morgerman 16h
50 years ago tonight, brushed & then screamed ashore in with estimated winds of 150 knots. Second-strongest hurricane in mainland American history—one of only four Cat 5s.
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Philip Klotzbach Aug 16
On this date in 1888, the Miami-Louisiana made landfall in South Florida as a Category 3 hurricane with max winds of 125 mph. 14 foot storm surge observed near Miami Beach.
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