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Hurricane Isaias 09L: N. Atlantic

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In regards of the Surge, it's now going to be coming in at the same time as High tide.  The Charleston Harbour gauge is showing a predicted 8" peak.

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Eye just about showing on both radar and satellite so it will hit as a hurricane.

Looking a bit more sub-tropical as it's been caught in a shearing southerly flow and is being barlonically enhanced by the jet streak to its north. That enhancement means strong wind gusts though we'll away from the center.

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On 03/08/2020 at 22:41, Thunder Snow said:

Wonder if we will will continue with the activity in the Atlantic 

July shear values were the second lowest on record in the tropical Atlantic so yes, it's pretty likely.

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