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October 22, 2005

The Greek Atlantic

Filed under: General Weather & Forecasting — Mike U @ 11:43 pm


In a season chalk-full of unprecedented events in the Atlantic basin tropics…here’s something else that has never happened before…and quite frankly something that I never thought I’d ever see happen: More tropical storms/hurricanes than we have set names for. The genesis of “Alpha” occurred earlier today, a newly named tropical storm in the northeastern Carribean. It looks like this storm will not impact the east coast of the U.S. as a deep trough…the same trough that will take Wilma across Florida…will take Alpha out into the open Atlantic.

Speaking of Wilma… looks like Fort Myers/Naples are will get a good hit, likely coming in at a Cat 2… perhaps a low end Cat 3. Interesting the Oct22/18z GFS takes Wilma north northeast close to the east coast and impacts New England going into mid-next week.

3 Comments »

  1. Be prepared for the next hurricane katrina path or find another one that’s similar. As the Boy Scouts say: “Be Prepared”!

    Comment by TheDevilIsInTheDetails — November 7, 2005 @ 1:42 am

  2. I’m about to make you think.
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    Have you done anything earth shattering lately?

    Read anything that really sets your mind on fire with a passion to do good?

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    Have you?

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    Set lifetime goals. At least have an idea of what you want to accomplish with your life.

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    You should take care to set goals over which you have as much control as possible. There is nothing more dispiriting than failing to achieve a personal goal for reasons that are beyond your control.

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    Set Realistic Goals. It is important to set goals that you can achieve.

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    Comment by Thork — November 18, 2005 @ 10:22 am

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    Hi storm300

    Have you done anything earth shattering lately?

    Read anything that really sets your mind on fire with a passion to do good?

    How about doing something important for yourself?

    Have you?

    Do you know without a doubt where life is taking you?

    Got a Plan?

    Know how to get there?

    Most people don’t. They just go through life hoping for the best. How can you possibly reach your dreams if you don’t have a real plan?

    A new year is coming. It’s time to start thinking about your New Years Resolution and really start planning your life don’t you think…

    …follow through on some of those old goals you had years ago.

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    Spend a few minutes at Long Term Goals and take away life changing information.

    Happy New Year!

    Comment by wenssloag — November 19, 2005 @ 2:18 am

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