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  • Ralph Baer
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    FWIW, the Atlantic hurricane season is officially over.

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  • MichVandal
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    Originally posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    The damage on the east Florida coast is really bad- many homes and apartments right near the sea wall are being destroyed due to beach erosion. And the high tide is still coming in. Terrible.

    And just as bad that real insurance companies are going to be let off- as they would be the correct financial driver to convince people these storms are going to get worse with global warming.

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  • Ralph Baer
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    Subtropical Storm Nicole
    https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/gra...?cone#contents

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  • Deutsche Gopher Fan
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    Lisa ams Martin are now both apparently hurricanes ?

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  • dxmnkd316
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    Originally posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    Crazy. I remember seeing yesterday that it was only a 10% chance of forming into a tropical storm in the next 48 hours. Obviously 10% != 0%, but still unexpected.

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  • Ralph Baer
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    T.S. Martin
    https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/graphics_at...start#contents

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  • Ralph Baer
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    T.S. Lisa
    https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/gra...?cone#contents

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  • Ralph Baer
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    T.S. Karl
    https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/gra...?cone#contents

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  • Ralph Baer
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    Originally posted by ScottK View Post

    Dozens, if not hundreds of times.

    In 2020 alone, 2 Category 4 storms made landfall in Nicaragua within 10 days of each other.
    I know that. I meant the fact that this one is shown following that land as it heads about west-northwest.

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  • ScottK
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    Originally posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    T. S. Julia
    https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/gra...?cone#contents

    I don't recall a tropical storm ever heading up Central America like this although I suspect it has happened before.
    Dozens, if not hundreds of times.

    In 2020 alone, 2 Category 4 storms made landfall in Nicaragua within 10 days of each other.

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  • Ralph Baer
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    T. S. Julia
    https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/gra...?cone#contents

    I don't recall a tropical storm ever heading up Central America like this although I suspect it has happened before.
    Last edited by Ralph Baer; 10-07-2022, 01:27 PM.

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  • Proud2baLaker
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    https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn...ate/index.html

    This planned community just northeast of Ft Myers never lost power during the storm and suffered only minimal damage. Planned/designed as a community with climate change in mind. 100% solar powered, buried all power lines, designed roads to funnel water away from homes, strict building codes with hurricanes in mind, etc.

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  • ScoobyDoo
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    Originally posted by burd View Post

    For sure. It takes serious money to live in some of those places. Aside from personal safety issues, most will be fine. Puerto Rican storm victims, on the other hand . , , ,
    They're Brown.

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  • burd
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    Originally posted by St. Clown View Post

    You know what else was through those roofs? Ian.
    For sure. It takes serious money to live in some of those places. Aside from personal safety issues, most will be fine. Puerto Rican storm victims, on the other hand . , , ,

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  • St. Clown
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    Originally posted by burd View Post

    Daughter's roommate's family home is on the water on Sanibel. Insurance for tropical storm damage in places like that must be through the roof.
    You know what else was through those roofs? Ian.

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