Credit to Ben Noll who was the first one to sound the alarm over a month ago of a busy September over the Atlantic. I bet Dr. Phil K and many other Pros that were calling for almost a dead rest of the season last month are scratching their heads looking at this satellite picture this morning and will be 3 soon be hurricanes during the peak of the season.
No one seems to be answering questions, but I did finally hear Josh Eachus on WBRZ say that this system will most likely impact south Texas.
You're in the general thread...which storm are you referring to?
I apologize. I thought I was in the thread with the orange in the GOM, which is what I was referring to.
Also, to clarify, I didn't specifically mean no one on this forum wasn't answering questions. I meant no one in general (news media, FB, etc) and that Josh had answered. I have not read anywhere on this thread where Texas was mentioned, but I could have missed it.
Thanks for your help.
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Post by grisairgasm on Sept 11, 2018 16:57:00 GMT -6
Even though we are in the peak of season, the dynamics start to change for the northern Gulf coast. Looks like 95L will probably struggle overall as it heads to Texas. Isaac could easily degenerate and or bury itself in the Yucatan area. Anything that comes off of Africa at this point would take around 2 weeks to get here. It’s about time for the first deeper troughs to start making it here at the end of the month. Maybe...just maybe....with no Isaac our Major threat could be over by the beginning of October. That being said, I think homebrew is a possibility through October and maybe likely this year. Mid to late October storms in the northern gulf are typically lopsided, sheared and ingesting dry air as they race off to the NE. Not all though....Juan. Also, as quickly as the Cape Verde season starts it usually ends that way. Just my opinion. Hurricane season is not over for us yet! Just my opinion and observations. Comments gang? I’ve already had enough off summer 2018.