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Re: September 2017 - Dry NW Flow into Mid Next Week

Jose is now also a Cat 5. Have we ever had two active Cat 5 storms going in the Atlantic? Jose isn't officially a Category 5 yet. Category 5 starts at 157mph and Jose is currently at 155mph. While 2mph doesn't make much difference, for historical records, it technically isn't one. Going back and lo...
by Belmer
Sat Sep 09, 2017 12:21 am
 
Forum: Weather Forum
Topic: September 2017 - Rain Chances/End Of Month Cold Front
Replies: 132
Views: 13579

Re: September 2017 - Dry NW Flow into Mid Next Week

Didn't realize this, but watched Frank tonight and he showed this graphic. Last time we had three hurricanes at once was in 2010. Oddly enough, all three nearly in the same location the three hurricanes are in now. What's even more odd? All three "letter" names in the same basin. Karl/Kati...
by Belmer
Wed Sep 06, 2017 11:07 pm
 
Forum: Weather Forum
Topic: September 2017 - Rain Chances/End Of Month Cold Front
Replies: 132
Views: 13579

Re: August 2017: Harvey/Catastrophic Flood/Recovery

ticka1 wrote:where can i finf out about cedar bayou?



https://www.harriscountyfws.org/GageDet ... v=rainfall
by Belmer
Thu Aug 31, 2017 4:29 pm
 
Global announcement: August 2017: Harvey/Catastrophic Flood/Recovery
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Re: August 2017: Tracking Harvey/Catastrophic Flooding/Torna

The Storm Prediction Center even said in their statement concerning the Tornado Watch in Louisiana that the center has appeared to move north to northeast based on latest radar. And the very heavy rainband that has been hugging the coast is slowly now moving northward. Quite concerning for areas tha...
by Belmer
Tue Aug 29, 2017 12:02 am
 
Global announcement: August 2017: Harvey/Catastrophic Flood/Recovery
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Re: August 2017: Tracking Harvey/Catastrophic Flooding/Torna

BIG difference in NAM 3km 12z vs 18z. The 18z wants to slow Harvey slowing down in the Gulf near the Galveston coast and the rains intensifying overnight tonight into tomorrow as that rainshield currently over us just won't move. Scary situation and I sure hope that is just a bad model run. HRRR is ...
by Belmer
Mon Aug 28, 2017 3:51 pm
 
Global announcement: August 2017: Harvey/Catastrophic Flood/Recovery
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Re: August 2017: Tracking Harvey/Catastrophic Flooding/Torna

For those who know Bill Read (Former Director of the National Hurricane Center and longtime resident of Houston) has posted an update on Facebook about an hour ago: "Update. Not liking the recent trend on radar. Area wide rain showers have increased all morning. Of particular note is the heavie...
by Belmer
Mon Aug 28, 2017 3:33 pm
 
Global announcement: August 2017: Harvey/Catastrophic Flood/Recovery
Replies: 1758
Views: 111908

Re: August 2017: Tracking Harvey/Catastrophic Flooding/Torna

Another feeder band moving into west Houston now - not as strong as previous bands. High-res HRRR model which predicted the 18+ inches in Houston last night intensifies this feeder band across east Houston by 10pm and moves it east into the Beaumont/Port Arthur area by midnight. Might not be too ba...
by Belmer
Sun Aug 27, 2017 2:39 pm
 
Global announcement: August 2017: Harvey/Catastrophic Flood/Recovery
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Re: August 2017: Tracking Harvey/Catastrophic Flooding/Torna

We just had over 80+mph wind gusts here in Pasadena and Deer Park. Scared the you know what out of me as I wasn't looking at velocity radar and figured it was a tornado.
by Belmer
Sun Aug 27, 2017 4:30 am
 
Global announcement: August 2017: Harvey/Catastrophic Flood/Recovery
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Views: 111908

Re: August 2017: Tracking Harvey/Catastrophic Flooding/Torna

HRRR is doing an EXCELLENT job right now of showing these feederbands developing and the rainfall totals. If that is any sign, the latest HRRR models are definitely not showing any relief. :|
by Belmer
Sat Aug 26, 2017 11:43 pm
 
Global announcement: August 2017: Harvey/Catastrophic Flood/Recovery
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Re: August 2017: Tracking Harvey/Catastrophic Flooding/Torna

I live 5 miles SE of Hobby, that report of over 9 inches in the past hour and a half I can believe. I've never seen my neighborhood flood so fast before and my neighborhood hardly floods - we have very good drainage. I'm very worried this is going to be a bad night for not only my home, but many oth...
by Belmer
Sat Aug 26, 2017 11:19 pm
 
Global announcement: August 2017: Harvey/Catastrophic Flood/Recovery
Replies: 1758
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