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Created On: 09/26/2022 10:01 AM
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tom

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18 feet, 9 sec on the 20. Hmmm. Wonder which wax...

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Winds are offshore
 09/29/2022 06:43 AM
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tom

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Neighbor reports one guy paddling at the local, zoom down the beach!

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Tropical Storm Ian Discussion Number 28
NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL AL092022
1100 AM EDT Thu Sep 29 2022

The center of Ian has emerged into the western Atlantic Ocean to
the north of Cape Canaveral. While satellite images show the
system is becoming a hybrid cyclone, with frontal features outside
of the core of Ian, the winds from multiple sources are notable.
Velocity data from NWS Doppler radar indicate maximum winds of about
70-75 kt at 10,000 ft over land, and sustained winds of about 55 kt
were recorded in the Daytona Beach area earlier this morning. These
data support a higher initial intensity, now 60 kt for this
advisory.

The storm is moving northeastward at about 8 kt. Ian has stubbornly
gone east of the track forecast for the past couple of days and has
moved back over water faster than expected. A mid-level shortwave
trough moving southward across the southern United States should
turn Ian northward overnight and north-northwestward on Saturday.
The official track forecast is shifted to the east, consistent with
the latest consensus guidance.

Ian should move over the Gulf Stream tonight and tomorrow for a
longer period of time than previously anticipated, which should
maintain Ian's central convection. Additionally, an increased
pressure gradient on the northwestern side from a stationary front
near the southeastern US, should provide a boost to the wind speeds
on that side of the storm. We now expect Ian to become a hurricane
again by this evening. As the system approaches South Carolina, Ian
should maintain this intensity, and Hurricane Warnings have been
issued for the entire coast of South Carolina. This scenario is
consistent with the global and regional hurricane model guidance.
It is worth noting that Ian is forecast to have atypical structure
when it nears the southeastern United States, and strong winds will
extend well ahead of the center, even on the northwestern side.


Key Messages:

1. There is a danger of life-threatening storm surge through Friday
along the coasts of northeast Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina.
Residents in these areas should follow any advice given by local
officials.

2. Hurricane-force winds are expected across the South Carolina
coast beginning early Friday, where a Hurricane Warning has been
issued. Hurricane conditions are possible by tonight along the
coasts of northeastern Florida and Georgia, where a Hurricane Watch
is in effect. Preparations should be rushed to completion since
tropical-storm-force winds will begin well before the center
approaches the coast.

3. Ongoing major-to-record river flooding will continue across
portions of central Florida, with considerable flooding in northern
Florida. Considerable flash and urban flooding is expected across
coastal portions of northeast Florida through Friday. Local
significant flooding in southeastern Georgia and eastern South
Carolina is expected through the end of the week.


FORECAST POSITIONS AND MAX WINDS

INIT 29/1500Z 28.7N 80.4W 60 KT 70 MPH
12H 30/0000Z 30.0N 79.9W 65 KT 75 MPH
24H 30/1200Z 31.8N 79.8W 65 KT 75 MPH
36H 01/0000Z 34.0N 80.3W 45 KT 50 MPH...INLAND
48H 01/1200Z 35.9N 81.1W 30 KT 35 MPH...POST-TROP/EXTRATROP
60H 02/0000Z 37.0N 82.0W 15 KT 15 MPH...POST-TROP/EXTRATROP
72H 02/1200Z...DISSIPATED
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Central Floridave

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Friday-Saturday...Pleasant weather, especially compared to the last
couple weeks, swoops in behind Tropical Storm Ian as the storm
continues departing to the north-northeast. Substantially drier air
will be wrapped in behind Ian from the northwest, leading to lower
than normal temperatures and pleasant nights. Rain chances stick
around a little on Friday as a few squalls remain possible, then
mostly dry conditions. Breezy to windy conditions Friday, then winds
ease as Ian travels further away. Afternoon highs in the low to mid
80s, maybe upper 80s near Lake O. Overnight lows in the... wait for
it... mid 60s.


Sunday-Thursday...The pleasant weather streak continues through the
middle of the week.
Non-existent rain chances as dry air remains in
place over Florida through Tuesday, then moisture begins to return,
bringing some modest rain chances with it. Temperatures remain below
normal, with highs in the low to mid 80s and lows in the mid to
upper 60s.
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 09/29/2022 12:31 PM
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Central Floridave

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Wow. Ft Myers was destroyed.
 09/29/2022 01:46 PM
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ww

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Storm surge flooding in St. Augustine Thurs. afternoon is comparable to what hurricane Matthew did. Third fairly recent flooding in downtown.
 09/29/2022 02:01 PM
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The Lee County Sheriff estimates that there could be "hundreds dead"

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 09/29/2022 02:13 PM
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StirfryMcflurry

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Flagler to Jax now getting that rake and scrape
 09/29/2022 04:38 PM
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nukeh2o

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Storms go from depression to cat5 in 3 days....
Over and over.
just an ordinary climate fluctuation..... right
Stupid....stuupid
Stuuuuuu-piiiid
all a libtard plot

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 09/29/2022 05:01 PM
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    From the Washington Post:
    Rainfall totals:
    Ponce Inlet: 31.52 inches
    New Smyrna Beach: 28.60 inches
    Titusville: 25.60 inches
    Davenport (northeast of Lakeland): 23.87 inches
    North Port (near Port Charlotte): 19.01 inches
    Orlando: 15.40 inches


Edited: 09/29/2022 at 05:01 PM by ww
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Electric power is mostly out in Volusia Co. at 11 pm Sep 29
 10/01/2022 10:22 AM
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Central Floridave

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fyi, Models showing Ian to kick back a NE swell midweek. knock on wood.
 10/01/2022 07:14 PM
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StirBobMcBarney is workin out those inland surf skills for da big wednesday\

Cowabungaa McKoook



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 10/02/2022 01:00 AM
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harrietdubman

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i made an appearance yesterday dp at namesakes--first time in the area since june. completely new break, as im sure yall know, but man some of that shorebreak was so much fun and reminded me of waves ive grown up surfing/gulf. occasionally the swells would combine and the tide/surge would drain enough to make a really fun workable wedge. that kind of surf/surfing is some of the best practice you can get. super quick decision making, precise execution, etc etc. cheers. spared again.

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Edited: 10/06/2022 at 05:46 AM by dingpatch
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