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Wasn't even sure what you referenced, until I went to check. Amazing how slow last year started (other than the cheap tropical storms). But given that August 10th is the climatologist first hurricane on average, why not!Here: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/2018_Atlantic_hurricane_season
TSR is predicting more hurricanes than 2017 at this time!
Anyway, this is a free discussion about the hurricanes of 2018.
Out of curiosity, do you work at NHC Miami?Wasn't even sure what you referenced, until I went to check. Amazing how slow last year started (other than the cheap tropical storms). But given that August 10th is the climatologist first hurricane on average, why not!
I don't consider myself famous, but yes.2nd section of disturbance (tropical wave) is emerging from the coast of Africa. Medium chance to grow into a depression the next 5 days. 92 AL has good potential because of strong conditions. Sea surface temperatures look good to me (28/29 degrees). Florence might hit the US coast as a cat 3.
@Warren Faidley are you this https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warren_Faidley famous person?
“Faidley is credited as the world's first full-time professional storm chaser.” Not famous? He is often referred to as America's ‘Top Storm Chaser.’” Still not famous? “Faidley's images, stories of adventure and video clips have been used in countless publications and productions around the world including National Geographic, The Discovery Channel and The Weather Channel.” At least a thousand pictures of Warren Faidley on the internet. You have to get good credit for chasing dust devils on a bike. Lmao. Brave.I don't consider myself famous, but yes.
I can’t stop having this feeling that 92AL’s track might be very similar to Irma’s. 93AL just got declared high chance of development! This feels like Irma and Maria, one after the other.Focusing more on AL92 than Florence. Florence will likely have some impact on the east coast, but if it moves too far N/NE - those areas are not great for onshore tropical chasing and I'd rather chase a Gulf or Florida storm. AL92 will be interesting once (and if) it becomes a tropical cyclone and the models have a better handle on it. Hopefully it will not track over areas hit last year.