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Storm Hunter
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GOM 91L
      #81065 - Sun Aug 03 2008 01:13 PM

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I'm curious to see what happens to 91L when the MCS moving through MS-AL-GA runs into it at 25kts later tonight.
It could get very interesting. Or not.




You know... i think that was the bump that may have helped 91L last night/this morning...

**by the was i was on the beach last night... 12am ish had a great view of the storms to the SW of PCB.. found out they we over 125miles away on radar... a very nice lightning show... very tall storm tops!**

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Robert
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Re: Gulf of Mexico Watching and Wave Watching [Re: Storm Hunter]
      #81070 - Sun Aug 03 2008 03:55 PM

mann 90L looks good so does 91L , remeber how years ago if the NRL tagged something a low it was classified a depression. I think scince they changed directors they changed how on they belive to be a derpresiion becuse it seems that what is not classified would have been a depression years ago and what is a depression would be classified a storm then. I think they should keep records of all these LOWS becuse regardles or not we just tracked a spinning vorticiy for day across the atlantic that is now producing deecent convection over the center from tropical origens.

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Hugh
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Re: Tropical Storm Edouard [Re: Storm Hunter]
      #81082 - Sun Aug 03 2008 07:40 PM

Okay... I have been out of town, away from the news, since yesterday morning... in Gulfport, due north of what is now Eduoard! Talk about crazy... Looking at the radar, I don't detect a lot of motion?
Update: 7pm CT advisory is out and movement is west at a whopping 4 mph.

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