Hurricane season this year not looking to good.
Climate is comparable to 2005. Which was a historically bad season all around.Hurricane season this year not looking to good.
Last year brought a destructive hurricane season. But forecasters predict more storms in 2020, saying activity will be 'above normal'.www.usatoday.com
We have a strong low formed up over east Texas. 998 mb low. Basically a ground based tropical storm.
Tornadoes, and high winds moving between i 35, and Tennessee will be possible the whole way. This will be extremely isolated because the low does not have much moisture to fuel it. Some risk will remain between Waco Texas, and Nashville Tennessee. Including portions of East Texas, Southern Oklahoma, Southern Arkansas, northern Louisiana, and central Mississippi.
Looks like we're gonna get hammered down here in Carteret County as well. Guess I'm hurricane supply shopping tonight.Looks like Hatteras is gonna get a blow, fishing will pick up after it leaves. Truck and tackle are ready, it's been a slow fishing spell!
You and I are both fixing to get rekt. It looks like it's going to make landfall right around Topsail, which means we'll get the Northeast quadrant of the storm which is usually the worst.I'm in Pasquotank county, in the middle of a bean field and it's hot as a four balled tomcat....
Yep. That was a bad hit. We're still recovering from Florence here.Just hope it doesn't get any stronger. The folks on Ocracoke do not need this, they were devastated by Dorian....
I jinxed it.And, now the forecast track for Marco has changed --- drastically.
Looks like no rain for the Hill Country.
This storm is a big bad wolf. Hope you and your family stays safe.I'm gonna get a good chunk of Laura(I stay in the middle of southern Louisiana) plus I have a lot of family that stays in the Port Arthur-Beaumont area. Needless to say this one has me very worried.