2024 Hurricane Season

JD Jones

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I'm amazed. Here in San Cristobal, I have yet to see any winds of consequence. So far it's been light showers on and off and almost no wind at all.
 

MariaRubia

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SD Malecon the sea has been very rough, and I'm pretty sure they have closed sections of the Malecon as I can see a police vehicle with its lights flashing near to the junction with Lincoln. But we haven't had much rain and not much wind
 

CristoRey

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Poured down really hard with strong winds here in Santiago for about 20 minutes straight than poof...
gone like a fart in the wind.
Just finished watching the evening news.
No notable damage reported.
 

MikeFisher

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The rai that started at my place in Punta Cana at 7:20PM lasted maximum 20 minutes, that was all for the afternoon.
here a shot from 8:20PM this evening, 20 minutes ago.
They Eye already passed S of the Southern Tip of the Barahona Peninsula.
It continues it's fast forward speed of 20+mphr.
The next System behind, now ESE of the Windward Islands, has a dry environment left and runs also along some wind shear,
I don't think it could develop into anything the next few days.
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MikeFisher

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Last up date for tonight.
No changes of anything.
NOAA shows Beryl with 150mphr wind force heading WNW, means it will pass very close to the S of Jamaica or even right over the very small Island.
A very little bit of a tracking difference makes for the folks there really the difference of getting punched by highest Hurricane Force Winds or to just get everything flooded on a quick few hours nearby passing of such storm.
On a Tracking forecast, even just some hours out, such is for such very small location like the Island of Jamaica, a huge difference in case of "effects" to receive.
Furthermore, by actual standings, Beryl will still be a Hurricane when entering Yucatan Peninsula, but it's powers should go down a lot on that approach.
 

drpesson

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Last up date for tonight.
No changes of anything.
NOAA shows Beryl with 150mphr wind force heading WNW, means it will pass very close to the S of Jamaica or even right over the very small Island.
A very little bit of a tracking difference makes for the folks there really the difference of getting punched by highest Hurricane Force Winds or to just get everything flooded on a quick few hours nearby passing of such storm.
On a Tracking forecast, even just some hours out, such is for such very small location like the Island of Jamaica, a huge difference in case of "effects" to receive.
Furthermore, by actual standings, Beryl will still be a Hurricane when entering Yucatan Peninsula, but it's powers should go down a lot on that approach.
thanks again for keeping us up to date. It sure is good to follow someone you trust.
 

MikeFisher

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No changes to the Track of Beryl.
It is approaching Jamaica now, passing over it's S, as the Island is very small it will have winds and rains all over.
The System behind, which is wandering in the footsteps of Beryl, is not expected to develop,
so at the moment we have nothing to watch out for.