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    Hurray, maybe some moderate rain for my parched patch of greenery Monday night. I hope for nothing more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cdn_Gringo View Post
    Hurray, maybe some moderate rain for my parched patch of greenery Monday night. I hope for nothing more.
    Do you know what dominican women and hurricanes have in common?

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    Do tell...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cdn_Gringo View Post
    Do tell...
    When they start it's all wet and hot. When they pass, you lose your house...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbobo View Post
    When they start it's all wet and hot. When they pass, you lose your house...
    This doesn't only happen with Dominican women.

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    Beryl already passed it's strengthening phase/peak point.
    from now on the over all tendency will be a weakening one.
    so now we have to wait tilit has passed the Lesser Antilles and wanders in the Eastern Caribbean Sea,
    as by then we will see strength tendencies and Direction of Movement.
    it is expected to wander over the Islands sunday night/monday morning
    and it looks like it will be a weak Tropical Storm only by then.

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    this shot from 7:45AM AST this morning show's the 3 active zones on the western atlantic.
    TD3 off the East of the USA, Top middle of the shot.
    Hurricane Beryl, on the right bottom corner.
    and the weak Tropical Wave in the Eastern Caribbean Sea.

    as far as influences on our Island go, the first one to look on is the Tropical Wave in teh Eastern Caribbean Sea.
    it is nothing big nor threathening, but it should bring some rain along the southshores during the next 48hrs.
    and of course Beryl, right behind, actually a good 700 miles East of the Lesser Antilles,
    which does not show any significant amounts of wáter. also the windforces of Beryl do not reach out far from the Center, so most influence this one has only where it runs right over.
    I guess a 50nmls off the center of Beryl you can ly out in the sand and get a Tan without any Breeze to be felt.
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    even not of any interest for our Island, but just to complete the whole western atlantic picture,
    i forgot to mention the Tropical Wave in the souther Gulf, the Bay of Campeche.
    it is a active one and still has chances to form something out of it.
    behind Beryl we also have an other 2 Tropical Waves running,
    but by now they do not look like they stand a chance to do anything other tan their usual duty, means to carry moisture from the African Westshores over the Tropical Highway to the Caribbean/Central America.
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    Beryl now downgraded.

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    Beryl already fallen apart.
    let those Vacays Continue.

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    Disturbance 1: 0% Chance of Cyclone Formation in 48 Hours
    As of 8:00 am EDT Mon Jul 9 2018 ...
    An area of showers and thunderstorms associated with the remnants
    of Beryl is producing locally heavy rainfall and strong gusty winds
    over the northeastern Caribbean Sea and the northern Leeward
    Islands. The disturbance is expected to move west-northwestward
    for the next day or so, passing over the Virgin Islands and Puerto
    Rico today, and over Hispaniola tonight. Unfavorable upper-level
    winds and interaction with land should prevent redevelopment during
    the next day or two, but environmental conditions could become
    somewhat conducive for regeneration of a tropical cyclone later this
    week when the system is forecast to turn northward over the Bahamas
    and the western Atlantic. Additional information on this system can
    be found in High Seas Forecasts issued by the National Weather
    Service.
    * Formation chance through 48 hours...low...near 0 percent
    * Formation chance through 5 days...medium...40 percent

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