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Not sure this is in the right spot, I know its early but based on current guidance it looks like we may have 2 hurricanes hitting the gulf coast Tuesday night. Have 2 storms ever made landfall on the same day before?

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Saw that on the GFS. Crazy not sure it's ever happened.
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View PostJimbo073, on 20 August 2020 - 10:08 PM, said:

Not sure this is in the right spot, I know its early but based on current guidance it looks like we may have 2 hurricanes hitting the gulf coast Tuesday night. Have 2 storms ever made landfall on the same day before?

I donít ever recall this happening on the same night lol
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Wow scary tracks today for New Orleans
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Doesnt look like same day now but they both could both strike same area, not good

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Marco never amounted to anything more than a weak TS, crank the hype for Laura.

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View Postcarribeanpirate, on 24 August 2020 - 05:15 AM, said:

Marco never amounted to anything more than a weak TS, crank the hype for Laura.

Yea that was pretty much expected, the worse impact from Marco will probably be rain. Laura could become a major hurricane once it hits the Gulf.
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View Postweatherbowl, on 24 August 2020 - 06:22 AM, said:

Yea that was pretty much expected, the worse impact from Marco will probably be rain. Laura could become a major hurricane once it hits the Gulf.

So, the "2 Hurricanes in the gulf!", "2 Hurricanes merging into 1 super hurricane!", etc were just more media hype.....

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View Postcarribeanpirate, on 24 August 2020 - 05:15 AM, said:

Marco never amounted to anything more than a weak TS, crank the hype for Laura.

Laura isn't going to be hype

It now has time to really strengthen since Marco became a dud.
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View Postmetfan4life, on 24 August 2020 - 07:30 AM, said:



Laura isn't going to be hype

It now has time to really strengthen since Marco became a dud.

One always robs the other of strength. I donít think itís possible to have two major storms in the same vicinity at the same time. Ocean upwelling also cools the water for the other storm.
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View Postwishcast_hater, on 25 August 2020 - 07:33 AM, said:

One always robs the other of strength. I don't think it's possible to have two major storms in the same vicinity at the same time. Ocean upwelling also cools the water for the other storm.

I dont disagree at all, but, the hype machine was in full gear. 2 hurricanes, 12 hours apart. there is little calm delivery of facts and is why many people ignore warnings.

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This is from TWC website: Lets see how this pans out:

Laura a Category 4: Catastrophic Strike Hours Away

'Unsurvivable' Storm Surge Expected

Widespread Power Outages That Last For Days Possible

Storm Surge Could Penetrate 30 Miles Inland
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View Postwishcast_hater, on 25 August 2020 - 08:20 PM, said:

This is from TWC website: Lets see how this pans out:

Laura a Category 4: Catastrophic Strike Hours Away

'Unsurvivable' Storm Surge Expected

Widespread Power Outages That Last For Days Possible

Storm Surge Could Penetrate 30 Miles Inland
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View PostNYCSNOWMAN, on 26 August 2020 - 10:34 PM, said:

some of those warnings are coming from NHC ..prayers for those who chose not to evacuate..

Iíll never understand why people wonít get out when a massive storm is approaching. Yes, itís your home but sticking around isnít going to save it.

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View Postdevilsfan0405, on 27 August 2020 - 06:38 AM, said:

I'll never understand why people won't get out when a massive storm is approaching. Yes, it's your home but sticking around isn't going to save it.

Same goes for the reporters who insist on standing in the wind and rain to show how bad it is. Just show us the picture, we will get how bad it is.

On that note, I was watching Fox News early (5:15am) and they had a reporter standing on a parking lot appearing to have the wind blowing him over. The problem was the bush next to him was standing upright, gently moving in the same wind. reporter was in TX, not LA.

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What a hit SW Louisiana took.
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View Postwishcast_hater, on 25 August 2020 - 08:20 PM, said:

This is from TWC website: Lets see how this pans out:

Laura a Category 4: Catastrophic Strike Hours Away

'Unsurvivable' Storm Surge Expected

Widespread Power Outages That Last For Days Possible

Storm Surge Could Penetrate 30 Miles Inland

Overhype on storm surge. That figure was ridiculous. Minimal loss of life so far. Thatís good. Cuomo killed more people but remains free.
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View Postwishcast_hater, on 28 August 2020 - 09:56 AM, said:



Overhype on storm surge. That figure was ridiculous. Minimal loss of life so far. Thatís good. Cuomo killed more people but remains free.

That storm surge did not materialize because places like Lake Charles had more of an East wind in the eye wall rather than a south wind due to the track went a few miles east than forecasted

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View Postwishcast_hater, on 28 August 2020 - 09:56 AM, said:

Overhype on storm surge. That figure was ridiculous. Minimal loss of life so far. That's good. Cuomo killed more people but remains free.

View Postnyrangers1022, on 28 August 2020 - 11:51 AM, said:

That storm surge did not materialize because places like Lake Charles had more of an East wind in the eye wall rather than a south wind due to the track went a few miles east than forecasted

Ive said over and over, the hype of these storms is over the top and becomes white noise. I must have heard unsurvivable storm surge 20 times in the day leading up to the storm, 30 miles inland. Pure exaggeration and the next time, people will ignore the warnings. Forecasting is not accurate enough to issue such dire warnings.





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