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Anthony M Nov 18
Dorian vs Hurricane Iota around peak intensity.
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Jennifer Lambers ⛈ Nov 19
Had to share my yearly ornament selection. I think this perfectly sums up 2020.
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Jacob Lanier Nov 16
⚠️ BREAKING: Hurricane has now reached Category 5 strength with max winds of 160 mph. This is the first Cat 5 of the 2020 hurricane season (2019 had two). 🌀 Iota is expected to make landfall tonight in Nicaragua as a major hurricane.
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Thomas Geboy Nov 20
Some excellent maps for ya 🤗
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NWS GSP Nov 21
Just to sum up how crazy this hurricane season has been, let’s compare it to what was the most active Atlantic hurricane season in recorded history (2005) before this year. However, we’re still not done with the 2020 season..
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Carib Journey Mastrs Nov 19
A tropical drink on the beach is sometimes all you need.⁣ ⁣⁣⁣
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Cameron Venable ☈ Nov 15
What an absolute monster! Hurricane Iota continues to rapidly intensify, it's now a Category 4 but it could landfall as Cat 5 late Monday into overnight Tuesday. This is a very dangerous storm, Eta just hit this same exact location 2 weeks ago.
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Storm’s Edge Nov 17
Something to note, on Best Track has been edited. Now it was a Category 5 shorter than expected. Still, doesn’t change the fact that Iota was a destructive system, even if it peaked as a Category 4.
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James Nov 18
But, of course 2020 keeps giving. Not just one area to watch in the , but 2. Next names are and .
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Kaitlin Wright Nov 16
The category is irrelevant. Hurricane is hammering Nicaragua right now. So sad.
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Joel Young WTVA Nov 17
To describe this year's hurricane season as "busy" would be a gross understatement. But for those who have been hit back-to-back, it's been the absolute worst! And it's not just Nicaragua... Don't forget about the Lake Charles, La. area as well as Cancun & Cozumel!
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Storm’s Edge Nov 16
Eye of drawing even closer to Haulover, .
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WeatherNation Nov 16
**NEW UPDATE** Hurricane Iota remains a powerful major hurricane as it's about 55 miles ESE of Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua. Hurricane warnings remain in place and storm surge is expected to be 15-20 FT with 10-20" of rain possible across the region.
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Storm’s Edge Nov 20
EURO 00z has low pressure systems forming in much of the Northern Indian Ocean. We could see tropical systems in both the Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal. Been a while since June we had a Cyclonic Storm. Next name is .
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Carib Journey Mastrs Nov 22
Up for a little challenge? We have one in mind, a 3800 ft hiking trail to the summit of 🌋Mount Liamuiga.⁣ ⁣
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Anthony M Nov 16
Iota’s is looking really good right now as it’s basically perfectly round, warm and clear.
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The Weather Network Nov 16
Replying to @weathernetwork
has rapidly strengthened to a Category 5 hurricane, the first of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season:
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Chikage Windler WX Nov 22
Just over a week until the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season comes to an end... There's one disturbance in the Atlantic with a 10% development chance.
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Anthony M Nov 16
It’s pretty incredible how a bunch of disorganized can turn into such a beast in just a few days.
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Storm’s Edge Nov 23
Only 7 days left til the last day of this hyperactive hurricane season. Only this disturbance is showing on the outlook but chances are low for this to develop. Talk about unbelievable from the early season Arthur to the mighty Iota. Poll will be in the reply section.
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