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    Anyone in the path of Hanna or one of the other tropical storms/hurricanes? It looks like it could be up by me (coast of NJ) by Saturday, based on the current forecast...

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    My best friend and her boyfriend drive a semi, and were in Baton Rouge for Gustov, My mom is on the coast in Texas, and We here in New Hampshire, are also in the predicted path of Hannah. Then there are 2 more behind Hannah which are too far out to predict!!
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    I'm in the predicted path of Hanna. It is now forecast to be a tropical storm when it crosses this area late Saturday night. I'm looking forward to it. The only problem is that the storm is getting trashed by upper levels winds right now.
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    Here is a nice web ste for tracking the hurricanes

    http://www.wral.com/weather/hurricanes/
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    Here is the official, advertisement free, where everybody else gets their data from website:

    http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/
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    It is interesting how the models keep calling for Hanna to pull out and head NW and yet on satellite loops it looks like it is being destroyed and pushed farther SE. I was hoping for a Jacksonville landfall so I could go over and pay her a visit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve M View Post
    It is interesting how the models keep calling for Hanna to pull out and head NW and yet on satellite loops it looks like it is being destroyed and pushed farther SE. I was hoping for a Jacksonville landfall so I could go over and pay her a visit.
    I can't even find the center of Hanna on satellite right now. It got completely destroyed last night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill O View Post
    Here is the official, advertisement free, where everybody else gets their data from website:

    http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/
    Thanks for the link
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    GFDL model brings Hanna over my area as a TS with 60kt winds at 35m. Given the warm water and storm track I could see those winds mixing down to the surface along the CT coast in some of the stronger rain showers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill O View Post
    GFDL model brings Hanna over my area as a TS with 60kt winds at 35m. Given the warm water and storm track I could see those winds mixing down to the surface along the CT coast in some of the stronger rain showers.
    With that kind of winds you all should be concerned about some of the weaker trees and branches falling as well as Isolated tornadoes and power outages. Of course, lots of rain and some flooding as well.

    Back in the 80's, when Gloria came through CT I can remember the trees that went down and all the flooding. We had a dam break that re-designed the golf course in town.
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