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Old 08-28-2015, 06:14 PM
 
Location: Miami,FL
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Average rainy season rain fall will average around 70in over the everglades and western suburbs to 65in over the metro to around 55in over the beaches. However the extremely stormy May-October is made up for with a quiet and tranquil November-April with only about 6in of rain during the entire dry season. The generally warm weather is interrupted by occasional cold fronts that bring cool refreshing air to the area once every week or 2 from December to March. highs avg 80-85 during this time and lows 65-70. typical cold front brings highs down into the low to mid 70s with lows dipping into mid to upper 50s. Cold snaps happen once or twice during a typical winter bring lows into the 40s(not the 30s Miami get's now) with highs in the mid to upper 60s. All time low 37 on the beach 35 at the airport and 32 over the interior. All time highs 100f over the interior, 99 at the airport and 98 on the beach.
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Old 08-28-2015, 07:05 PM
 
Location: Key Biscayne, FL
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Average rainy season rain fall will average around 70in over the everglades and western suburbs to 65in over the metro to around 55in over the beaches. However the extremely stormy May-October is made up for with a quiet and tranquil November-April with only about 6in of rain during the entire dry season. The generally warm weather is interrupted by occasional cold fronts that bring cool refreshing air to the area once every week or 2 from December to March. highs avg 80-85 during this time and lows 65-70. typical cold front brings highs down into the low to mid 70s with lows dipping into mid to upper 50s. Cold snaps happen once or twice during a typical winter bring lows into the 40s(not the 30s Miami get's now) with highs in the mid to upper 60s. All time low 37 on the beach 35 at the airport and 32 over the interior. All time highs 100f over the interior, 99 at the airport and 98 on the beach.
Damn! Here's my Dream Climate... what do you think?
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Old 08-28-2015, 09:54 PM
 
Location: Near the Coast SWCT
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Overall global cyclones been less since Katrina

https://twitter.com/WeatherNut27/sta...49516568563712
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Old 08-29-2015, 07:11 AM
 
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The next area of interest is just exiting the north west African coast. The NHC has given it a 50% chance of formation within the next 2 days, and 70% chance for 5 day outlook. Heading NW then expected to turn some to the WNW. The next storm to be named would be called "Fred".

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Old 08-29-2015, 12:15 PM
 
Location: Orcutt, CA (Santa Maria Valley)
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The next area of interest is just exiting the north west African coast. The NHC has given it a 50% chance of formation within the next 2 days, and 70% chance for 5 day outlook. Heading NW then expected to turn some to the WNW. The next storm to be named would be called "Fred".
Fred LOL
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Old 08-30-2015, 09:05 PM
 
Location: galaxy far far away
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Let's not forget the Pacific, guys! Hawaii has had an interesting summer!
Central Pacific Hurricane Center Products - Honolulu, Hawai`i



And if you want to see how it's affecting the islands -- Here's a fun page - it gives the Surf report along with some wave action and live cams
Surf News Network
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Old 08-31-2015, 11:32 AM
 
Location: Miami,FL
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Damn! Here's my Dream Climate... what do you think?
Too cold year round, if I have to put up with a cold winter than I need have atleast 1 month of tropical heat where the record low for the month is no lower than 18c(64.4f) And atleast 4 months with avg monthly temperatures of atleast 22c. Shanghai,China has a great temperature spread for a temperate city. It also has the summer maximum for precipitation that I prefer and stays nice and humid. Just could use more sun. I give your climate a C+ it's passable. I could live there but not my first choice.
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Old 08-31-2015, 08:44 PM
 
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Let's not forget the Pacific, guys! Hawaii has had an interesting summer!
Ya, I was wondering if there was anyone watching those monsters spinning harmlessly out in the Pacific!!

Here's some shots from the eye of Pacific Hurricane "Ignacio" courtesy of the US Air Force Reserve 403rd Wing on Sunday Aug 30, 2015 when it was a Cat4 (weakening now, set to pass north of Hawaii):





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Old 08-31-2015, 10:01 PM
 
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Hurricane Fred in the extreme eastern Atlantic has come and is quickly going. Fred thread can be found here: //www.city-data.com/forum/hurri...-atlantic.html.

There are additional tropical waves over north central Africa, will be watching, but nothing expected to form in the next few days.
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Old 09-08-2015, 09:35 PM
 
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Things could soon become interesting again...or just good ol' model wish-casting!

First off: Atlantic outlook from the NHC ( National Hurricane Center ) showing a 80% chance of formation from the red colored 'X' in fist two images. (The red circle is Tropical Depression Grace...see Grace thread for more info). This possible developing storm is currently about 225 miles ESE of Bermuda and has, according to the NHC: "developed a well-defined circulation with winds near gale force northeast of the center. If any further increase in organization occurs, advisories on a subtropical or tropical cyclone could be initiated Wednesday morning. The low is expected to remain nearly stationary for the remainder of tonight, and then move northward at 5 to 10 mph on Wednesday and Thursday. By Friday or Saturday, the system should be absorbed by a large extratropical cyclone."

(If named, the next on the list would be "Henri")







Next we have some interesting model outputs for the Gulf of Mexico late next week or further off...this is far out there and should ONLY be used as an informative insight / heads-up / hobby that interest along the Gulf coast should at least be glancing (as they should be doing anyways) to see if something actually pops up as we head into next week.

No storm formation is imminent and the following is for reference only and for now should just be considered WISH-CASTING. Changes run to run but generally has something trying to brew moving from west to east late next week in the Gulf.
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