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Tropical Development off of Florida

Discussion in 'Sports and News' started by FuerteJ, Sep 18, 2007.

  1. FuerteJ

    FuerteJ Active Member

    So, just scrolling through my normal tropical menu for the day and what do I stumble upon? Invest 93, which is eerily reminiscent of where Katrina formed. Maybe a mile or two or several difference, but not much. And the early, and I do mean early, computer models have if going through either New Orleans or Biloxi/Gulfport/Bay St. Louis.

    I do believe the Gulf Coast will be keeping a keen eye on this puppy. Hopefully it won't turn into a beast, and instead will dissipate.

    <a href="http://www.weatherunderground.com/tropical/tracking/at200793_model.html"> Punch me to see about the Tropical Weather </a>

    Also, I didn't see this posted anywhere else. If it was, I apologize.
  2. Mighty_Wingman

    Mighty_Wingman Active Member

    I blame El Nino. Do we still do that?
  3. FuerteJ

    FuerteJ Active Member

    You certainly can. Or maybe Brandon Cox.
  4. Mighty_Wingman

    Mighty_Wingman Active Member

  5. Gutter

    Gutter Well-Known Member

    I blame soccer.
  6. FuerteJ

    FuerteJ Active Member

    Oh, you're thinking of Jamocha.
  7. Mighty_Wingman

    Mighty_Wingman Active Member

    The judges would also have accepted "Next question."
  8. finishthehat

    finishthehat Active Member

    Humberto got almost no media attention.....but that's because it blew up into a hurricane in almost no time.

    So I guess this could blow up, too, after it crosses Florida and enters the Gulf.
  9. slappy4428

    slappy4428 Active Member

    Nope. I'm good with blaming Brandon Cox. But would be better to blame Jimmy Clausen
  10. FuerteJ

    FuerteJ Active Member

    Weatherman here locally in the bowl said that the difference between Humberto and this current system of disturbance is moving speed. This one is moving swiftly, while Humberto was not. General thinking is that it would at most, attain Cat 1 status. Still not what this area needs.
  11. SockPuppet

    SockPuppet Active Member

    If this storm is like either of those "QBs" it will miss everything.
  12. Johnny Dangerously

    Johnny Dangerously Well-Known Member

    If this is accurate, the South Carolina-LSU game Saturday should be fun:

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