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    this one gives a general overview over all the Highway and all the Atlantic/Caribbean/Gulf of Mexico Area.
    it shows Water Concentration,
    means where it shows red/violet/blue there is some waterloads wandering around.
    once such waterloads become a formation/get concentrated around a Center,
    that's then the time when we start to watch, stock up on Beers or get the Popcorn ready.
    it also autoupdates, so it should always be actual.

    Mike



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    Those wishing to receive storm updates originating from NOAA via email can sign up here:

    https://lists.illinois.edu/lists/info/wx-atlan

    I'd recommend those with only a passing interest sign up for only the advisory messages. Storm outlook messages generate about 4 emails per day even when there is no activity. You can pick and choose, add or delete as often as you wish until you get the level of detail just right. It's free.

    Eg.

    ABNT20 KNHC 031726
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    Tropical Weather Outlook
    NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL
    200 PM EDT Sat Jun 3 2017

    For the North Atlantic...Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico:

    A low pressure area, associated with the remnants of eastern Pacific Tropical Storm Beatriz, is located over the Bay of Campeche. While the associated shower and thunderstorm activity currently shows signs of organization, little additional development is expected due to strong upper-level winds.
    * Formation chance through 48 hours...low...near 0 percent.
    * Formation chance through 5 days...low...near 0 percent.

    $$
    Forecaster Beven

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    Me, been here 17 years, through a few hurricanes and there is only one source which is better than NOAA and much more reliable and that is Fisherman Mike. As long as he can get on line his information is always totally accurate - no scare mongering just the actual facts. Mike's da man.

    Matilda

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    thats a lot of Flowers, thank you M'am.
    but i would never put my observations over the official Messages.
    usually.
    mostly.
    sometimes ...

    Mike

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    Now hurricane season is officially open because MIKE'S back !...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CG View Post
    Now hurricane season is officially open because MIKE'S back !...
    lol.
    i guess tyo really open it for my home turf on the eastshores we have an other 2 months to wait.
    no let's first enjoy hot and calm summertime in Paradise.

    Mike

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    haaaa,
    only mid June and already something to "report" on the Highway.
    no worries, i just want to keep the Topic active, so here we go with the first Cloud moving from Africa towards the Caribbean.
    a Stormy Area off the West African Coast started yesterday afternoon to mingle with a Tropical Wave that left the Mainland.
    the Pack is moving Westward on the usual 20mphr.
    it is located well below 10"N, so there will not be much/most likely none Circulation come into any swing for days.
    under present conditions and on that position far south Development is at this moment very unlkely.
    BUT,
    it is the first Cloud of the Season out there on da Highway,
    so DR1 is watching it.
    on the Satelite coverage of the Atlantic the Disturbance is still not seen,
    it's position is still straight south of the Cap Vere Islands.
    the Sat Loop is on auto update, so later on, when sufficient Westward, the Disturbance should be seen on the right Bottom.

    in the meanwhile we have to take care to keep those drinks iced,
    as we will stay HOT!!! on the Isle, at least that's the conditions here on the dry hot East

    Mike

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    i just realize a strange thingy, maybe a Mod has an idea how to solve:
    the above shown Satelite Loop is Cut, the right part of the Map is not displayed in the post.
    if you go ow on the Loop and make a "right-click" with your mouse, select "open imae in a new window",
    then you see the full satelite Map from the Gulf of Mexico to the West African Coast.
    i don't know why it does not show up completely in the Post itself right away.
    it is also the same with my Loop shown in my post 21 above.

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matilda View Post
    Me, been here 17 years, through a few hurricanes and there is only one source which is better than NOAA and much more reliable and that is Fisherman Mike. As long as he can get on line his information is always totally accurate - no scare mongering just the actual facts. Mike's da man.

    Matilda
    Roger that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeFisher View Post
    i just realize a strange thingy, maybe a Mod has an idea how to solve:
    the above shown Satelite Loop is Cut, the right part of the Map is not displayed in the post.
    if you go ow on the Loop and make a "right-click" with your mouse, select "open imae in a new window",
    then you see the full satelite Map from the Gulf of Mexico to the West African Coast.
    i don't know why it does not show up completely in the Post itself right away.
    it is also the same with my Loop shown in my post 21 above.

    Mike
    the "highway" looks pretty moist

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