***TROPICAL ALERT*** Hurricane Isaias (3 Viewers)

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This one may bear watching for our Florida and east coast members, but the lower part of the cone as of now still doesn't rule out a GOM storm. I'll add the usual links shortly, and add more maps as needed.

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Atlantic Tropical Weather Discussion
Isaias Public Advisory
Isaias Forecast Advisory
Isaias Forecast Discussion
Isaias Wind Speed Probabilities
NWS Local Products for Isaias
US Watches/Warnings for Isaias
Key Messages for Isaias


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NOAA Satellite Imagery (links to various looping images)
WWL Hurricane Central
Mike's Weather Page (lots of links and maps here)
College of DuPage (good site for model runs)
Tropics - wide view (from Hurricane Harbor) - click on the 5 day movie html5 link to animate.
NOAA - Local River Flood level predictions
Saints Report Hurricane Preparedness Tips thread



CURRENT MAPS/FORECASTS/MODELS:

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Global + Hurricane Models (courtesy of tropicaltidbits.com):



Radar (courtesy of Mike's Weather Page):

 
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The weather channel has been pushing a political agenda for years. I'll leave it at that
Shows how much I watch the weather channel - I don’t think I have watched it in a decade. Not because it’s political but because it’s unnecessary.
 
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Lots of tropical storm warnings are being replaced with wind advisories.

Watching weather channel was really bad this week. But I’d argue the independent twitter meteorologists were much worse. A race to say “BREAKING” or “LANDFALL” was amusing. Even funnier was the banter they would do back and forth with each other. Even though they both sensationalize pretty much anything all the time.

The free access to tropicaltidbits or pivotalweather has really created a perfect storm. Lots of twitter meteorologists know just enough to think they know enough. This is what I call the most dangerous level of stupidity.
 

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FL got lucky, but SC/NC is going to get the brunt of this thing. The northern side of the storm has a lot of activity. Good thing is that it isn't that strong, but it will likely intensify here soon.
 

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