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    Quote Originally Posted by Polar Bear View Post
    Thanks for the update Mike. I appreciate your continued effort
    thank you.
    i wish i would spend more time on DR1, as i did for a very long time,
    but luckily business grew over the last couple decades nicely and take's up much more time than before.
    on the other hand, my "calm down cycle" is almost in vicinity, changes on the daily "high activity hours" are very close to become smoother seasons for hopefully many more decades to come.
    the plan is to grow business again this summer, so all that stuff will be impossible to do myself, means the next generation of online hurricanes has to start to move their as.'s and The Fisherman will have much more time at hand for
    Fishing and telling those fishy stories on DR1, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeFisher View Post
    and here we see pre season subtropical storm Andrea.
    nothing to loose time abut, this is just for info.

    like last year, we have had already the first named Storm Andrea way before June 1st up north of the Bahamas and this Invest now in the Gulf of Mexico. those 2 areas, the Gulf and the Eastshores of the USA are this year like they been last year, the hot zones.
    for our Tropical Highway East of the Caribbean the conditions look fairly smooth, we can await a similar season to last season.
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    nobody should ever let their guards down and not prepare/prepare less for the season, as even during the slowest smoothest Season it needs only one Tropical Storm at the wrong time at the wrong place to become a devastating/deadly event of the Decade.
    early action with favorable conditions West of our Isle implicate highest dangers and activities for the Gul and the Eastshores up north, they also "promise" smooth sailing for the DR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeFisher View Post
    like last year, we have had already the first named Storm Andrea way before June 1st up north of the Bahamas and this Invest now in the Gulf of Mexico. those 2 areas, the Gulf and the Eastshores of the USA are this year like they been last year, the hot zones.
    for our Tropical Highway East of the Caribbean the conditions look fairly smooth, we can await a similar season to last season.
    BUT,
    nobody should ever let their guards down and not prepare/prepare less for the season, as even during the slowest smoothest Season it needs only one Tropical Storm at the wrong time at the wrong place to become a devastating/deadly event of the Decade.
    early action with favorable conditions West of our Isle implicate highest dangers and activities for the Gul and the Eastshores up north, they also "promise" smooth sailing for the DR.
    How do you prepare for the season? Do you ever do things differently?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NanSanPedro View Post
    How do you prepare for the season? Do you ever do things differently?
    the basics are, to have everything ready which would be needed to get a home/house set up for a Storm Hit, because at the moment a Storm is announced/shown to come close or hit you would only have a couple days or even just some hours before the event starts, and of course everybody then storms the shops and supermarkets to get all that stuff, too, becasue most people are ill to none prepared.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeFisher View Post
    the basics are, to have everything ready which would be needed to get a home/house set up for a Storm Hit, because at the moment a Storm is announced/shown to come close or hit you would only have a couple days or even just some hours before the event starts, and of course everybody then storms the shops and supermarkets to get all that stuff, too, becasue most people are ill to none prepared.
    But don't panic too much, because there was no rush on supermarkets during the last couple of hurricane near misses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drstock View Post
    But don't panic too much, because there was no rush on supermarkets during the last couple of hurricane near misses.
    Wait when they come in around pay day...

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    Quote Originally Posted by caribmike View Post
    Wait when they come in around pay day...
    yep, that's a very important point to look on any stats DR wise, lol.
    esta todo fiao, Papi.
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    One piece of advice is that if you're thinking of getting home insurance, do it now while things are quiet. The minute that there is a hurricane risk, all the insurance companies stop selling policies to new customers.

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    Default Hurricanes for 2019

    The names are out for the potential storms for this hurricane season, and they are:

    Andrea, Barry, Chantal, Dorian, Erín, Fernand, Gabrielle, Humberto, Imelda, Jerry, Karen, Lorenzo, Melissa, Néstor, Olga, Pablo, Rebekah, Sebastien, Tanya, Van y Wendy.

    I hope Barry doesn't land in the US, since we have seen one Barry do enough destruction there before.

    Hurricane Jerry, Nestor & Van - kind of limp names.

    Hurricane Wendy - good name for hurricane for sure !

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