May 19, 2012


That was unexpected...

Just all of a sudden it was there.

This is essentially a reverse nor'easter and we'll be in the happy quadrant so it's not a worrisome wind/surge problem at all, but it might be a major rain event depending on its actual track. I just gassed the car and made sure SQUID-UNIT 1 was in there.

Posted by: The Brickmuppet at 10:35 PM | Comments (4) | Add Comment
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1 It's a bit early, isn't it?

Posted by: Steven Den Beste at Sun May 20 00:09:00 2012 (+rSRq)

2 A little early but not unheard of. The really odd thing is it just forming so suddenly off the Carolina Coast. 

Posted by: The Brickmuppet at Sun May 20 13:31:41 2012 (EJaOX)

3 Sounds like all it did was chip a bit at the ongoing southeastern US's ongoing lack-of-hurricanes drought, and that only around Savannah.  About an inch, barely much of anything, really.  And the northeastern track means there won't be a northern encore.

Huh, the Gulf Stream is unusually distinct-looking right now in the temperature maps. Must be the combination of high SST anomalies in the Gulf and low anomalies in the North Atlantic.

Posted by: Mitch H. at Mon May 21 12:33:27 2012 (jwKxK)

4 If at first you don't succeed, try, try again.  Sooner or later, whoever owns that weather modification device is going to dial-in your location...

Posted by: Siergen at Sat May 26 15:21:46 2012 (PuIGa)

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