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Old 09-13-2020, 10:35 AM
 
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Sun 13Sept 11aEDT/AST:
Winds 80mph(130km/h)
Moving NW 14mph(22km/h)
Pressure 976mb
Center about 240miles(385km) SE of Bermuda.
Hurricane winds extend up to 60miles(95km) from center, TS winds 195miles(315km).

Conditions in Bermuda go downhill later today with hurricane force winds overnight into early Monday, then clears quickly out to sea.
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Old 09-13-2020, 11:54 AM
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Sun 13Sept 11aEDT/AST:
Winds 80mph(130km/h)
Moving NW 14mph(22km/h)
Pressure 976mb
Center about 240miles(385km) SE of Bermuda.
Hurricane winds extend up to 60miles(95km) from center, TS winds 195miles(315km).

Conditions in Bermuda go downhill later today with hurricane force winds overnight into early Monday, then clears quickly out to sea.
I find it interesting that Bermuda is such a small dot in the vast ocean and Paulette is so small compared to the ocean area and yet it is heading directly to Bermuda like it was being drawn by a magnet.
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Old 09-13-2020, 01:40 PM
 
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I find it interesting that Bermuda is such a small dot in the vast ocean and Paulette is so small compared to the ocean area and yet it is heading directly to Bermuda like it was being drawn by a magnet.
Yes, so small of an area yet per records has had over 100 known tropical systems centers pass within 50miles of it! Maybe the 'Bermuda High' helping re-curve storms up into it part of the equation perhaps.

https://coast.noaa.gov/hurricanes/#m...JsZSI6dHJ1ZX0=
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Old 09-13-2020, 01:44 PM
 
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Sun 13Sept 2pEDT/AST:
Winds 80mph(130km/h)
Moving NW 14mph(22km/h)
Pressure 978mb
Center about 195miles(315km) SE of Bermuda.
Hurricane winds extend up to 60miles(95km) from center, TS winds 195miles(315km).

Eye clearing out on infrared and visible imagery:
https://twitter.com/WeatherSources/s...13147016560642

Also present on long range radar: 500km_dBz_0deg
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Old 09-13-2020, 09:18 PM
 
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Paulette steadily closing in on Bermuda. Core winds just to the SE of the island where current winds are 25-35mph, gusting up to near 60mph.
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Old 09-14-2020, 05:43 AM
 
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Mon 14Sept 7aADT,6aEDT/AST:
Winds 90mph(150km/h)
Moving NNW 13mph(20km/h)
Pressure 972mb
Bermuda was just in the calm eye of the center, direct hit. Back side of storm just beginning for the island.

https://twitter.com/WeatherSources/s...50806766981120
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Old 09-14-2020, 05:18 PM
 
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Mon 14Sept 6pADT,5pEDT/AST:
Winds 105mph(165km/h)
Moving NNE 15mph(24km/h)
Pressure 965mb
Cat2 hurricane. Conditions in Bermuda continue to improve as storm has mostly pulled away. Waves will be reaching the US East coast through the week, rip current risk high, even during nice sunny skies. Rip current video for ref: https://youtu.be/RJ4hcaJ91TY Be careful if on the beach.

Expected to continue to strengthen some then eventually fall apart in far North Atlantic then remnants may curve down to the Azores islands.
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Old 09-15-2020, 07:59 PM
 
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Tue 15Sept 6pADT,5pEDT/AST:
Winds 100mph(155km/h)
Moving ENE 30mph(48km/h)
Pressure 970mb
Center about 740miles(1,190km) NE of Bermuda.

Loosing tropical characteristics, rapidly weakens Wed-Thurs over colder waters. It's not headed to the UK this time tho, as an upper level Low forces remnants of Paulette South on Thurs/Fri, The Azores will have to make sure it doesn't get too close. The remnant Low may get stuck out in the Atlantic not moving much in the middle of no where....Euro has it for at least another week there, GFS spins it around and around in the North Atlantic into October.

Higher waves along the US East coast. That's helping add to the higher tides and flooding ongoing in Charleston, SC this evening.
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Old 09-16-2020, 08:52 PM
 
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Wed 16Sept - Paulette lost its tropical characteristics today, now classified as 'extratropical cyclone' over open North Atlantic waters. No more advisories from NHC will be issued. An archive can be found here: https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/archive/2020/PAULETTE.shtml?

But as mentioned before, with getting stuck and doing loops soon it could re-acquire tropical characteristics and become named again at some point.
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Old 09-21-2020, 09:46 PM
 
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Mon 21Sept 11pEDT/AST: Reacquires tropical characteristics, named once more in the far Northeast Atlantic. Finally caught up with it's wind sheared storms / fired up new ones near its center, max winds also near its core.

Winds 60mph(95km/h)
Moving ENE 16mph(26km/h)
Pressure 1004mb
Center about 300miles(480km) SSE of The Azores

Heading towards the Straits of Gibraltar but now looks to go back to doing loops in the NE Atlantic. Likely weakens once more by this weekend.
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