Forecasts: Early June - Mid August

> From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Dorian 7/26/2013 5 am > Date: July 26, 2013 4:19:38 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, Not much has changed > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Dorian is about 17 N (Porto Rico) and 275 miles east of the Lesser Antilles moving WNW at 19 mph, and with winds of about 50 mph. Nothing will change over the weekend except movement westward. Not likely to intensify, and if anything weaken. > > > DISCUSSION: The environment through which Doran is moving is a "mixed bag" of ocean temperatures, dynamics, wind shear, and steering currents. Most likely Dorian will weaken > some. There is a lot of weak frontal zones in the Southeastern US, but none showing much > (any) influence south of 25 N. So Dorian continues to move westward under the influence of > the broad high pressure in the Atlantic. Conditions might become more favorable for modest > redevelopment early next week if a weakened Dorian can survive that long (I think it will). > As I have mentioned before, this year, in contrast to the last several years, the troughs have not > extended as far south and thus are allowing storms to approach Florida and even get into the Gulf. > At this point, the most probably scenario is for Dorian to produce a lot of rain in the Southern Peninsula of Florida, Hispaniola, possibly Cuba as a Tropical Storm and possibly even weaker than that. > > If a trough can get off the east coast, Dorian could swing north in 4 or 5 days as a Tropical Storm > toward the Bahamas. At present that is less likely, but must be kept in mind. This weekend will > reveal which road will be best taken. > > Bottom line, no serious threat seen to Florida or East Coast of the US at this time. I will keep a watchful eye for unforeseen developments. > > > > NEXT FORECAST: Saturday morning > > Peter Ray > > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Dorian 7/26/2013 5 am > Date: July 26, 2013 4:19:38 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, Not much has changed > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Dorian is about 17 N (Porto Rico) and 275 miles east of the Lesser Antilles moving WNW at 19 mph, and with winds of about 50 mph. Nothing will change over the weekend except movement westward. Not likely to intensify, and if anything weaken. > > > DISCUSSION: The environment through which Doran is moving is a "mixed bag" of ocean temperatures, dynamics, wind shear, and steering currents. Most likely Dorian will weaken > some. There is a lot of weak frontal zones in the Southeastern US, but none showing much > (any) influence south of 25 N. So Dorian continues to move westward under the influence of > the broad high pressure in the Atlantic. Conditions might become more favorable for modest > redevelopment early next week if a weakened Dorian can survive that long (I think it will). > As I have mentioned before, this year, in contrast to the last several years, the troughs have not > extended as far south and thus are allowing storms to approach Florida and even get into the Gulf. > At this point, the most probably scenario is for Dorian to produce a lot of rain in the Southern Peninsula of Florida, Hispaniola, possibly Cuba as a Tropical Storm and possibly even weaker than that. > > If a trough can get off the east coast, Dorian could swing north in 4 or 5 days as a Tropical Storm > toward the Bahamas. At present that is less likely, but must be kept in mind. This weekend will > reveal which road will be best taken. > > Bottom line, no serious threat seen to Florida or East Coast of the US at this time. I will keep a watchful eye for unforeseen developments. > > > > NEXT FORECAST: Saturday morning > > Peter Ray > > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Dorian 7/26/2013 5 am > Date: July 26, 2013 4:19:38 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, Not much has changed > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Dorian is about 17 N (Porto Rico) and 275 miles east of the Lesser Antilles moving WNW at 19 mph, and with winds of about 50 mph. Nothing will change over the weekend except movement westward. Not likely to intensify, and if anything weaken. > > > DISCUSSION: The environment through which Doran is moving is a "mixed bag" of ocean temperatures, dynamics, wind shear, and steering currents. Most likely Dorian will weaken > some. There is a lot of weak frontal zones in the Southeastern US, but none showing much > (any) influence south of 25 N. So Dorian continues to move westward under the influence of > the broad high pressure in the Atlantic. Conditions might become more favorable for modest > redevelopment early next week if a weakened Dorian can survive that long (I think it will). > As I have mentioned before, this year, in contrast to the last several years, the troughs have not > extended as far south and thus are allowing storms to approach Florida and even get into the Gulf. > At this point, the most probably scenario is for Dorian to produce a lot of rain in the Southern Peninsula of Florida, Hispaniola, possibly Cuba as a Tropical Storm and possibly even weaker than that. > > If a trough can get off the east coast, Dorian could swing north in 4 or 5 days as a Tropical Storm > toward the Bahamas. At present that is less likely, but must be kept in mind. This weekend will > reveal which road will be best taken. > > Bottom line, no serious threat seen to Florida or East Coast of the US at this time. I will keep a watchful eye for unforeseen developments. > > > > NEXT FORECAST: Saturday morning > > Peter Ray > > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Chantal 7/11/2013 5 am > Date: July 11, 2013 4:13:39 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net>, pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, > > FORCAST: The remains of Chantal are soaking Hispaniola with 35 mph (near TS force winds), > Next will be a weaker storm on Cuba. There will not be much left after that. > > NEXT FORECAST: When and if Chantal reappears, or Dorian enters. None of this will > happen before this weekend and probably not until next week at the earliest. > > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Chantal 7/11/2013 5 am > Date: July 11, 2013 4:13:39 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net>, pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, > > FORCAST: The remains of Chantal are soaking Hispaniola with 35 mph (near TS force winds), > Next will be a weaker storm on Cuba. There will not be much left after that. > > NEXT FORECAST: When and if Chantal reappears, or Dorian enters. None of this will > happen before this weekend and probably not until next week at the earliest. > > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Chantal 7/11/2013 5 am > Date: July 11, 2013 4:13:39 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net>, pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, > > FORCAST: The remains of Chantal are soaking Hispaniola with 35 mph (near TS force winds), > Next will be a weaker storm on Cuba. There will not be much left after that. > > NEXT FORECAST: When and if Chantal reappears, or Dorian enters. None of this will > happen before this weekend and probably not until next week at the earliest. > > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Stoem Andrea > Date: June 7, 2013 5:03:53 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu > > Friends, The season opener wasn't too bad. Andrea came on shore about 20 miles east of where I thought and the Panhandle got just rain with the stronger winds confined to the east of the center, as to be expected. I hope by early next week to post my blog on Tornado Chasing on the website hurricanehunt.com > > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Andrea is now in southern South Carolina moving up the coast at a brisk 27 mph with winds about 45 mph. Its impact on Florida is finished. As the front SLOWLY approaches Florida can expect scattered showers well into next week, but generally good weather. > > > DISCUSSION: Tropical Storm Andrea is loosing is rapidly losing its tropical characteristics and joining forces with a front to produce rain and gusts all up the east coast. It will no longer be a Tropical storm after today. Higher surf conditions will persist up the coast, but this is no Sandy or Irene. There will be lots of rain, but > not extensive flooding. Tallahassee received a couple of inches of rain out of Andrea and winds of 20 mph. The values from Andrea in Peninsular Florida were much higher. > > There is a disturbance in the mid Atlantic, but it so far it shows no organization. > > > > NEXT FORECAST: When the next system develops > > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Stoem Andrea > Date: June 7, 2013 5:03:53 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu > > Friends, The season opener wasn't too bad. Andrea came on shore about 20 miles east of where I thought and the Panhandle got just rain with the stronger winds confined to the east of the center, as to be expected. I hope by early next week to post my blog on Tornado Chasing on the website hurricanehunt.com > > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Andrea is now in southern South Carolina moving up the coast at a brisk 27 mph with winds about 45 mph. Its impact on Florida is finished. As the front SLOWLY approaches Florida can expect scattered showers well into next week, but generally good weather. > > > DISCUSSION: Tropical Storm Andrea is loosing is rapidly losing its tropical characteristics and joining forces with a front to produce rain and gusts all up the east coast. It will no longer be a Tropical storm after today. Higher surf conditions will persist up the coast, but this is no Sandy or Irene. There will be lots of rain, but > not extensive flooding. Tallahassee received a couple of inches of rain out of Andrea and winds of 20 mph. The values from Andrea in Peninsular Florida were much higher. > > There is a disturbance in the mid Atlantic, but it so far it shows no organization. > > > > NEXT FORECAST: When the next system develops > > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Stoem Andrea > Date: June 7, 2013 5:03:53 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu > > Friends, The season opener wasn't too bad. Andrea came on shore about 20 miles east of where I thought and the Panhandle got just rain with the stronger winds confined to the east of the center, as to be expected. I hope by early next week to post my blog on Tornado Chasing on the website hurricanehunt.com > > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Andrea is now in southern South Carolina moving up the coast at a brisk 27 mph with winds about 45 mph. Its impact on Florida is finished. As the front SLOWLY approaches Florida can expect scattered showers well into next week, but generally good weather. > > > DISCUSSION: Tropical Storm Andrea is loosing is rapidly losing its tropical characteristics and joining forces with a front to produce rain and gusts all up the east coast. It will no longer be a Tropical storm after today. Higher surf conditions will persist up the coast, but this is no Sandy or Irene. There will be lots of rain, but > not extensive flooding. Tallahassee received a couple of inches of rain out of Andrea and winds of 20 mph. The values from Andrea in Peninsular Florida were much higher. > > There is a disturbance in the mid Atlantic, but it so far it shows no organization. > > > > NEXT FORECAST: When the next system develops > > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Chantal 7/8/2013 5am > Date: July 8, 2013 4:56:26 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, The season has begun, and will slowly ramp up in July, slowly and pick up in earnest in August. For opining on weather related topics, you might look at my website at http://hurricanehunt.com > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Chantal is located in the deep tropics just north of eastern South America. It is racing W at 26 mph. No doubt it will impact the islands of the Caribbean as a Tropical Storm with lots of rain and strong winds. Current max winds are 40 mph, but will increase. Movement will be NW through at least Wednesday and by then it should be south of Puerto Rico. By then the rest of the see will be clearer. > > DISCUSSION: Storms in this location this time of year generally do not fare well. This looks like > the case in this early stage. Waters are seasonably warm, not excessively so. And it is moving > rapidly. In this case it may be Wednesday before it become really clear. Best bet as of now is that > it will strengthen some and probably weaken. Of course the questions are will it not weaken as forecast, and will it go into the Gulf, Florida, or up the East coast. All this would happen next weekend. My thoughts are it is moving a bit too fast. Maybe tomorrow the door will open a crack. > > NEXT FORECAST: Tomorrow Morning > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Chantal 7/8/2013 5am > Date: July 8, 2013 4:56:26 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, The season has begun, and will slowly ramp up in July, slowly and pick up in earnest in August. For opining on weather related topics, you might look at my website at http://hurricanehunt.com > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Chantal is located in the deep tropics just north of eastern South America. It is racing W at 26 mph. No doubt it will impact the islands of the Caribbean as a Tropical Storm with lots of rain and strong winds. Current max winds are 40 mph, but will increase. Movement will be NW through at least Wednesday and by then it should be south of Puerto Rico. By then the rest of the see will be clearer. > > DISCUSSION: Storms in this location this time of year generally do not fare well. This looks like > the case in this early stage. Waters are seasonably warm, not excessively so. And it is moving > rapidly. In this case it may be Wednesday before it become really clear. Best bet as of now is that > it will strengthen some and probably weaken. Of course the questions are will it not weaken as forecast, and will it go into the Gulf, Florida, or up the East coast. All this would happen next weekend. My thoughts are it is moving a bit too fast. Maybe tomorrow the door will open a crack. > > NEXT FORECAST: Tomorrow Morning > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Chantal 7/8/2013 5am > Date: July 8, 2013 4:56:26 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, The season has begun, and will slowly ramp up in July, slowly and pick up in earnest in August. For opining on weather related topics, you might look at my website at http://hurricanehunt.com > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Chantal is located in the deep tropics just north of eastern South America. It is racing W at 26 mph. No doubt it will impact the islands of the Caribbean as a Tropical Storm with lots of rain and strong winds. Current max winds are 40 mph, but will increase. Movement will be NW through at least Wednesday and by then it should be south of Puerto Rico. By then the rest of the see will be clearer. > > DISCUSSION: Storms in this location this time of year generally do not fare well. This looks like > the case in this early stage. Waters are seasonably warm, not excessively so. And it is moving > rapidly. In this case it may be Wednesday before it become really clear. Best bet as of now is that > it will strengthen some and probably weaken. Of course the questions are will it not weaken as forecast, and will it go into the Gulf, Florida, or up the East coast. All this would happen next weekend. My thoughts are it is moving a bit too fast. Maybe tomorrow the door will open a crack. > > NEXT FORECAST: Tomorrow Morning > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Erin 8/17/2013 5 am > Date: August 17, 2013 4:13:55 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, Good news > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Erin will turn right in the mid-Atlantic and not threaten any land as > it dissipated and disappears. The system in the gulf will bring rain to the eastern Gulf and Texas east coast, but not much more. > > DISCUSSION: Warmer waters can not overcome dry air and lack of good winds. Erin will soon begin to weaken and become an extra tropical storm in the mid Atlantic. > > NEXT FORECAST: Next tropical system which will be Fernand > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Erin 8/17/2013 5 am > Date: August 17, 2013 4:13:55 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, Good news > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Erin will turn right in the mid-Atlantic and not threaten any land as > it dissipated and disappears. The system in the gulf will bring rain to the eastern Gulf and Texas east coast, but not much more. > > DISCUSSION: Warmer waters can not overcome dry air and lack of good winds. Erin will soon begin to weaken and become an extra tropical storm in the mid Atlantic. > > NEXT FORECAST: Next tropical system which will be Fernand > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Erin 8/17/2013 5 am > Date: August 17, 2013 4:13:55 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, Good news > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Erin will turn right in the mid-Atlantic and not threaten any land as > it dissipated and disappears. The system in the gulf will bring rain to the eastern Gulf and Texas east coast, but not much more. > > DISCUSSION: Warmer waters can not overcome dry air and lack of good winds. Erin will soon begin to weaken and become an extra tropical storm in the mid Atlantic. > > NEXT FORECAST: Next tropical system which will be Fernand > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Chantal, 6:pm 7/10/2013 > Date: July 10, 2013 4:37:59 PM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > > Friends, > > RIP Chantal. Her/his soul according to the modes still wanders - lost (even up the forbidden east coast). Maybe, just maybe there could be a reincarnation if the remnants can make it to treasured Gulf. Maybe, for Chantal did little harm and much and much more was feared, but for the Keys - party on. And for the rest, an opportunity to dry a little. > > Next forecast: Briefly tomorrow morning - Just in case. > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Chantal, 6:pm 7/10/2013 > Date: July 10, 2013 4:37:59 PM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > > Friends, > > RIP Chantal. Her/his soul according to the modes still wanders - lost (even up the forbidden east coast). Maybe, just maybe there could be a reincarnation if the remnants can make it to treasured Gulf. Maybe, for Chantal did little harm and much and much more was feared, but for the Keys - party on. And for the rest, an opportunity to dry a little. > > Next forecast: Briefly tomorrow morning - Just in case. > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Chantal, 6:pm 7/10/2013 > Date: July 10, 2013 4:37:59 PM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > > Friends, > > RIP Chantal. Her/his soul according to the modes still wanders - lost (even up the forbidden east coast). Maybe, just maybe there could be a reincarnation if the remnants can make it to treasured Gulf. Maybe, for Chantal did little harm and much and much more was feared, but for the Keys - party on. And for the rest, an opportunity to dry a little. > > Next forecast: Briefly tomorrow morning - Just in case. > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Chantal 7/10/2013 6 am > Date: July 10, 2013 5:53:58 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, > > FORECAST: Chantal has weakened to where it is questionable it is even a Tropical Storm. Chantal is presently 70 miles south of Porto Rico headed NW at a very fast 28 mph. Chantal will continue to weaken and by tomorrow as it comes to Cuba it will not be a tropical storm. It very much looks like the east coast of the USA will be spared as will peninsular Florida. At some point, not certain, Chantal will turn northward, probably not in the Atlantic. There is a chance that it might make it to the Gulf, which could give it a chance to reorganize. There is no way Peninsular Florida can see anything but a Tropical Depression and probably not even that. Rain possibly. > > DISCUSSION: The weak running-out-of-time trough to make any impact, combined with the rapid movement, combined with the position only being at 17 degrees N and the persistence of > a not-so-strong ridge, it seems that nobody wants Chantal. And so, as Chantal will continue > for the next several days to weaken, the question is, when will it eventually begin to turn northward. If it doesn't by tomorrow noon, then the east coast is out of it. To be a threat it has to get clear of the mountains of Haiti and Cuba (which it can't) and into open water. This westward movement will > prohibit that unless it turns north today or doesn't do anything until it gets into the Gulf. I do not see a realistic scenario where Peninsular Florida gets anything but rain. And the same for up the East Coast, UNLESS the trough does what is increasingly unlikely and recurve the path in the next 18 hours. > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Chantal 7/10/2013 6 am > Date: July 10, 2013 5:53:58 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, > > FORECAST: Chantal has weakened to where it is questionable it is even a Tropical Storm. Chantal is presently 70 miles south of Porto Rico headed NW at a very fast 28 mph. Chantal will continue to weaken and by tomorrow as it comes to Cuba it will not be a tropical storm. It very much looks like the east coast of the USA will be spared as will peninsular Florida. At some point, not certain, Chantal will turn northward, probably not in the Atlantic. There is a chance that it might make it to the Gulf, which could give it a chance to reorganize. There is no way Peninsular Florida can see anything but a Tropical Depression and probably not even that. Rain possibly. > > DISCUSSION: The weak running-out-of-time trough to make any impact, combined with the rapid movement, combined with the position only being at 17 degrees N and the persistence of > a not-so-strong ridge, it seems that nobody wants Chantal. And so, as Chantal will continue > for the next several days to weaken, the question is, when will it eventually begin to turn northward. If it doesn't by tomorrow noon, then the east coast is out of it. To be a threat it has to get clear of the mountains of Haiti and Cuba (which it can't) and into open water. This westward movement will > prohibit that unless it turns north today or doesn't do anything until it gets into the Gulf. I do not see a realistic scenario where Peninsular Florida gets anything but rain. And the same for up the East Coast, UNLESS the trough does what is increasingly unlikely and recurve the path in the next 18 hours. > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Chantal 7/10/2013 6 am > Date: July 10, 2013 5:53:58 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, > > FORECAST: Chantal has weakened to where it is questionable it is even a Tropical Storm. Chantal is presently 70 miles south of Porto Rico headed NW at a very fast 28 mph. Chantal will continue to weaken and by tomorrow as it comes to Cuba it will not be a tropical storm. It very much looks like the east coast of the USA will be spared as will peninsular Florida. At some point, not certain, Chantal will turn northward, probably not in the Atlantic. There is a chance that it might make it to the Gulf, which could give it a chance to reorganize. There is no way Peninsular Florida can see anything but a Tropical Depression and probably not even that. Rain possibly. > > DISCUSSION: The weak running-out-of-time trough to make any impact, combined with the rapid movement, combined with the position only being at 17 degrees N and the persistence of > a not-so-strong ridge, it seems that nobody wants Chantal. And so, as Chantal will continue > for the next several days to weaken, the question is, when will it eventually begin to turn northward. If it doesn't by tomorrow noon, then the east coast is out of it. To be a threat it has to get clear of the mountains of Haiti and Cuba (which it can't) and into open water. This westward movement will > prohibit that unless it turns north today or doesn't do anything until it gets into the Gulf. I do not see a realistic scenario where Peninsular Florida gets anything but rain. And the same for up the East Coast, UNLESS the trough does what is increasingly unlikely and recurve the path in the next 18 hours. > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Dorian 7/25/2013 5am > Date: July 25, 2013 3:52:22 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu > > Friends, Although Dorian will probably not be a huge impact anywhere, in a few weeks we will be in the active part of the hurricane season. > > FORECAST: Newly named Tropical Storm Dorian is located as far west as the eastern edge of South American and at 15 deg N Latitude or about as for north as the middle of the Windward Islands. Dorian is moving WNW at a brisk pace of 19 mph, slowly moving northward. Winds are at 45 mph and over the weekend will strengthen some but remain a Tropical Storm. It is unlikely to get into the Gulf, and will pass north of Hispaniola. > > DISCUSSION: Dorian is moving under the influence of a subtropical ridge and high. There is a front that will erode the western edge of the high and if it extends far enough south and is strong enough it will recurve Dorian to the north, coming up the east coast west of Bermuda. The alternative is landfall. Water temperatures and winds are ok, but through the weekend I don't see any major changes just WNW movement and clarification of the forecast. > > NEXT FORECAST: Tomorrow morning. > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Dorian 7/25/2013 5am > Date: July 25, 2013 3:52:22 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu > > Friends, Although Dorian will probably not be a huge impact anywhere, in a few weeks we will be in the active part of the hurricane season. > > FORECAST: Newly named Tropical Storm Dorian is located as far west as the eastern edge of South American and at 15 deg N Latitude or about as for north as the middle of the Windward Islands. Dorian is moving WNW at a brisk pace of 19 mph, slowly moving northward. Winds are at 45 mph and over the weekend will strengthen some but remain a Tropical Storm. It is unlikely to get into the Gulf, and will pass north of Hispaniola. > > DISCUSSION: Dorian is moving under the influence of a subtropical ridge and high. There is a front that will erode the western edge of the high and if it extends far enough south and is strong enough it will recurve Dorian to the north, coming up the east coast west of Bermuda. The alternative is landfall. Water temperatures and winds are ok, but through the weekend I don't see any major changes just WNW movement and clarification of the forecast. > > NEXT FORECAST: Tomorrow morning. > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Dorian 7/25/2013 5am > Date: July 25, 2013 3:52:22 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu > > Friends, Although Dorian will probably not be a huge impact anywhere, in a few weeks we will be in the active part of the hurricane season. > > FORECAST: Newly named Tropical Storm Dorian is located as far west as the eastern edge of South American and at 15 deg N Latitude or about as for north as the middle of the Windward Islands. Dorian is moving WNW at a brisk pace of 19 mph, slowly moving northward. Winds are at 45 mph and over the weekend will strengthen some but remain a Tropical Storm. It is unlikely to get into the Gulf, and will pass north of Hispaniola. > > DISCUSSION: Dorian is moving under the influence of a subtropical ridge and high. There is a front that will erode the western edge of the high and if it extends far enough south and is strong enough it will recurve Dorian to the north, coming up the east coast west of Bermuda. The alternative is landfall. Water temperatures and winds are ok, but through the weekend I don't see any major changes just WNW movement and clarification of the forecast. > > NEXT FORECAST: Tomorrow morning. > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Dorian 7/28/2013 4:00 am > Date: July 28, 2013 3:54:12 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, Dorian is gone, probably for six more years when then name gets recycled. > > FORECAST: All the negatives that I mentioned yesterday "kicked in" a day or so early and > Dorian is now a tropical wave. It will remain in a hostile environment for days. There is only a very slim chance that it might recover and that would be not soon. I think Dorian > will do what we forecast and produce rain, much like we now are accustomed to. But not a > weather threat anywhere unless he acquires a true weather miracle. I would bet against it. > So, some rain in the vicinity of the wave, but nothing severe at all. Now we anticipate the birth of Erin. > > NEXT FORECAST: The next emerging tropical system > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Dorian 7/28/2013 4:00 am > Date: July 28, 2013 3:54:12 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, Dorian is gone, probably for six more years when then name gets recycled. > > FORECAST: All the negatives that I mentioned yesterday "kicked in" a day or so early and > Dorian is now a tropical wave. It will remain in a hostile environment for days. There is only a very slim chance that it might recover and that would be not soon. I think Dorian > will do what we forecast and produce rain, much like we now are accustomed to. But not a > weather threat anywhere unless he acquires a true weather miracle. I would bet against it. > So, some rain in the vicinity of the wave, but nothing severe at all. Now we anticipate the birth of Erin. > > NEXT FORECAST: The next emerging tropical system > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Dorian 7/28/2013 4:00 am > Date: July 28, 2013 3:54:12 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, Dorian is gone, probably for six more years when then name gets recycled. > > FORECAST: All the negatives that I mentioned yesterday "kicked in" a day or so early and > Dorian is now a tropical wave. It will remain in a hostile environment for days. There is only a very slim chance that it might recover and that would be not soon. I think Dorian > will do what we forecast and produce rain, much like we now are accustomed to. But not a > weather threat anywhere unless he acquires a true weather miracle. I would bet against it. > So, some rain in the vicinity of the wave, but nothing severe at all. Now we anticipate the birth of Erin. > > NEXT FORECAST: The next emerging tropical system > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Chantal 7/9/2013 5:30am > Date: July 9, 2013 4:58:09 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Chantal is now over with maximum winds of 50 mph moving NW at a rapid 26 mph. It will hit the Lesser Antilles today and pass south of Puerto Rico tomorrow and a direct hit on Hispaniola Wednesday and Thursday as a Tropical Storm but stronger than it is now, reaching near hurricane strength. After its encounter with Hispaniola, Chantal will weaken and turn increasing northward passing over the Bahamas possibly regaining some strength and off the East Coast of Florida, but still as a Tropical Storm. It is just about certain this storm will NOT pass into to the Gulf. > > DISCUSSION: This scenario is very similar to where we left off last year. While being pushed rapidly westward by its position south of the sub-tropical ridge, a building trough in the Eastern portion of the US is weakening the western portion of that ridge and directing Chantal to the north. > This is another verse to last year's song if this is maintained. It is ALL dependent, however, on the development of that trough which should become clearer in the data tomorrow. All the models, including mine, show it, so it can not be ignored. This does not mean all the east coast will be spared, and areas of North or South Carolina may be impacted next week, it is just too early to tell. > > NEXT FORECAST: Wednesday morning > > Peter Ray > > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Chantal 7/9/2013 5:30am > Date: July 9, 2013 4:58:09 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Chantal is now over with maximum winds of 50 mph moving NW at a rapid 26 mph. It will hit the Lesser Antilles today and pass south of Puerto Rico tomorrow and a direct hit on Hispaniola Wednesday and Thursday as a Tropical Storm but stronger than it is now, reaching near hurricane strength. After its encounter with Hispaniola, Chantal will weaken and turn increasing northward passing over the Bahamas possibly regaining some strength and off the East Coast of Florida, but still as a Tropical Storm. It is just about certain this storm will NOT pass into to the Gulf. > > DISCUSSION: This scenario is very similar to where we left off last year. While being pushed rapidly westward by its position south of the sub-tropical ridge, a building trough in the Eastern portion of the US is weakening the western portion of that ridge and directing Chantal to the north. > This is another verse to last year's song if this is maintained. It is ALL dependent, however, on the development of that trough which should become clearer in the data tomorrow. All the models, including mine, show it, so it can not be ignored. This does not mean all the east coast will be spared, and areas of North or South Carolina may be impacted next week, it is just too early to tell. > > NEXT FORECAST: Wednesday morning > > Peter Ray > > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Chantal 7/9/2013 5:30am > Date: July 9, 2013 4:58:09 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Chantal is now over with maximum winds of 50 mph moving NW at a rapid 26 mph. It will hit the Lesser Antilles today and pass south of Puerto Rico tomorrow and a direct hit on Hispaniola Wednesday and Thursday as a Tropical Storm but stronger than it is now, reaching near hurricane strength. After its encounter with Hispaniola, Chantal will weaken and turn increasing northward passing over the Bahamas possibly regaining some strength and off the East Coast of Florida, but still as a Tropical Storm. It is just about certain this storm will NOT pass into to the Gulf. > > DISCUSSION: This scenario is very similar to where we left off last year. While being pushed rapidly westward by its position south of the sub-tropical ridge, a building trough in the Eastern portion of the US is weakening the western portion of that ridge and directing Chantal to the north. > This is another verse to last year's song if this is maintained. It is ALL dependent, however, on the development of that trough which should become clearer in the data tomorrow. All the models, including mine, show it, so it can not be ignored. This does not mean all the east coast will be spared, and areas of North or South Carolina may be impacted next week, it is just too early to tell. > > NEXT FORECAST: Wednesday morning > > Peter Ray > > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Erin 8/16/2013 4:30am > Date: August 16, 2013 4:34:43 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, 75% of what is left of the hurricane season will occur during the next 6 weeks as we > approach the peak of the hurricane season. > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Erin is unlikely to impact Florida and probably the East Coast. > The disturbance off the Yucatan will likely produce rain in Texas, but unlikely to develop into a hurricane. > > DISCUSSION: Currently Tropical Storm Erin has minimal TS winds of 40 mph and is located as far north as Puerto Rico but 500 miles east. It is in a cooler patch of water but moving into a little warmer waters, but the winds and low humidities are not favorable for development so while regaining some strength, significant development is unlikely. Last year this storm would shortly be headed to the NE, but this year, it is less certain. But the ridge shows some signs of weakness which would allow a northerly turn by mid week (or indicated by early next week), Given all the factors, it is not likely to develop into a hurricane and not likely to threaten the east coast unless more favorable condition converge which I do not see happening now. In fact, Erin has a greater chance of a short life, or at least an unimpressive one. > > The collection of storms off of the Yucatan is likely to become more organized, and could reach Tropical Storm status, but unlikely to be come a hurricane. Rain in eastern Texas is anticipated mid to later next week. > > NEXT FORECAST: Tomorrow, Saturday 8//17 > > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Erin 8/16/2013 4:30am > Date: August 16, 2013 4:34:43 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, 75% of what is left of the hurricane season will occur during the next 6 weeks as we > approach the peak of the hurricane season. > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Erin is unlikely to impact Florida and probably the East Coast. > The disturbance off the Yucatan will likely produce rain in Texas, but unlikely to develop into a hurricane. > > DISCUSSION: Currently Tropical Storm Erin has minimal TS winds of 40 mph and is located as far north as Puerto Rico but 500 miles east. It is in a cooler patch of water but moving into a little warmer waters, but the winds and low humidities are not favorable for development so while regaining some strength, significant development is unlikely. Last year this storm would shortly be headed to the NE, but this year, it is less certain. But the ridge shows some signs of weakness which would allow a northerly turn by mid week (or indicated by early next week), Given all the factors, it is not likely to develop into a hurricane and not likely to threaten the east coast unless more favorable condition converge which I do not see happening now. In fact, Erin has a greater chance of a short life, or at least an unimpressive one. > > The collection of storms off of the Yucatan is likely to become more organized, and could reach Tropical Storm status, but unlikely to be come a hurricane. Rain in eastern Texas is anticipated mid to later next week. > > NEXT FORECAST: Tomorrow, Saturday 8//17 > > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Erin 8/16/2013 4:30am > Date: August 16, 2013 4:34:43 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, 75% of what is left of the hurricane season will occur during the next 6 weeks as we > approach the peak of the hurricane season. > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Erin is unlikely to impact Florida and probably the East Coast. > The disturbance off the Yucatan will likely produce rain in Texas, but unlikely to develop into a hurricane. > > DISCUSSION: Currently Tropical Storm Erin has minimal TS winds of 40 mph and is located as far north as Puerto Rico but 500 miles east. It is in a cooler patch of water but moving into a little warmer waters, but the winds and low humidities are not favorable for development so while regaining some strength, significant development is unlikely. Last year this storm would shortly be headed to the NE, but this year, it is less certain. But the ridge shows some signs of weakness which would allow a northerly turn by mid week (or indicated by early next week), Given all the factors, it is not likely to develop into a hurricane and not likely to threaten the east coast unless more favorable condition converge which I do not see happening now. In fact, Erin has a greater chance of a short life, or at least an unimpressive one. > > The collection of storms off of the Yucatan is likely to become more organized, and could reach Tropical Storm status, but unlikely to be come a hurricane. Rain in eastern Texas is anticipated mid to later next week. > > NEXT FORECAST: Tomorrow, Saturday 8//17 > > > Peter Ray > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Dorian 7/27/2013 5am > Date: July 27, 2013 5:29:04 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, Nothing exciting here > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Dorian, is Gray, a shadow of expectations. Located about 150 East of the Antilles, moving West at 21 mph it contains winds of 40 mph and is weakening. It is headed toward, and whatever is left (NOT a tropical storm), will arrive at the Florida Straits as just a rain producer late mid next week. Just rain. The east coast of the US can stand down. > > DISCUSSION: At this point, dry air, wind shear and most everything else is the future environment of Dorian the next 4-5 days. Motion is governed until mid next week by high pressure to the north. So far, and certainly into August, my forecast that THIS year the troughs just don't have it far enough south, is substantiated. Florida certainly has had enough stationary fronts to produce way above normal rainfall, which is good for the aquifers. > > Tomorrow, and Monday and Tuesday I suspect it will be nearly the same message. If a low pressure area can get to the Gulf, then Dorian has the chance of second lease. It will be mid week to be able make that assessment. Possible, but not at all probable. > > NEXT FORECAST: Tomorrow, Sunday > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Dorian 7/27/2013 5am > Date: July 27, 2013 5:29:04 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, Nothing exciting here > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Dorian, is Gray, a shadow of expectations. Located about 150 East of the Antilles, moving West at 21 mph it contains winds of 40 mph and is weakening. It is headed toward, and whatever is left (NOT a tropical storm), will arrive at the Florida Straits as just a rain producer late mid next week. Just rain. The east coast of the US can stand down. > > DISCUSSION: At this point, dry air, wind shear and most everything else is the future environment of Dorian the next 4-5 days. Motion is governed until mid next week by high pressure to the north. So far, and certainly into August, my forecast that THIS year the troughs just don't have it far enough south, is substantiated. Florida certainly has had enough stationary fronts to produce way above normal rainfall, which is good for the aquifers. > > Tomorrow, and Monday and Tuesday I suspect it will be nearly the same message. If a low pressure area can get to the Gulf, then Dorian has the chance of second lease. It will be mid week to be able make that assessment. Possible, but not at all probable. > > NEXT FORECAST: Tomorrow, Sunday > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Dorian 7/27/2013 5am > Date: July 27, 2013 5:29:04 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, Nothing exciting here > > FORECAST: Tropical Storm Dorian, is Gray, a shadow of expectations. Located about 150 East of the Antilles, moving West at 21 mph it contains winds of 40 mph and is weakening. It is headed toward, and whatever is left (NOT a tropical storm), will arrive at the Florida Straits as just a rain producer late mid next week. Just rain. The east coast of the US can stand down. > > DISCUSSION: At this point, dry air, wind shear and most everything else is the future environment of Dorian the next 4-5 days. Motion is governed until mid next week by high pressure to the north. So far, and certainly into August, my forecast that THIS year the troughs just don't have it far enough south, is substantiated. Florida certainly has had enough stationary fronts to produce way above normal rainfall, which is good for the aquifers. > > Tomorrow, and Monday and Tuesday I suspect it will be nearly the same message. If a low pressure area can get to the Gulf, then Dorian has the chance of second lease. It will be mid week to be able make that assessment. Possible, but not at all probable. > > NEXT FORECAST: Tomorrow, Sunday > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Chantal 7/9/2013 > Date: July 9, 2013 11:31:03 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, Because of the potential importance to some, I want to get this to you as soon as possible. Call it a forecast revision. I did not think it wise to wait until tomorrow to get this out. > > FORECAST: The east coat of Florida should at a minimum prepare for rough surf, rip currents and at this point rain, although it probably will not be too bad. The path after this weekend is increasing less certain as the character of the trough is now better defined. I hope to know more tomorrow, but since we have a weak trough and a weak ridge, and what counts is the small difference between two small numbers which themselves are not well defined - therein lies the uncertainty. > > DISCUSSION: The not-so-prominent trough I spoke of is just that. It will have the effect, as forecast, of eroding the western edge of the ridge, slowing the westward march, but it is not deep and will lift out and pass over the ridge and head out to sea, leaving the ridge to repair itself, and rebuild. This is not uncommon, but different than what I think this year is like, and what the last 3 years were like. This weekend, Chantal will have slowed down to a crawl and weakened. But about 100 miles off the coast of Florida around Jupiter, Chantal will probably regain some strength and a second wind. Forcing will not be strong and movement will depend on either an approaching front or the rebuilding subtropical high, which is going to happen at least in the short run. The honest options on where Chantal will go are many, as of today. The front, when it comes, will not be as powerful as last year, so it is, as they say, touch and go. I think there is a good chance I will know more Wednesday morning. I am rerunning models and looking at data as it comes in and when something become clearer, I will certainly send out a forecast. > when I have some confidence. > > Peter Ray > > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Chantal 7/9/2013 > Date: July 9, 2013 11:31:03 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, Because of the potential importance to some, I want to get this to you as soon as possible. Call it a forecast revision. I did not think it wise to wait until tomorrow to get this out. > > FORECAST: The east coat of Florida should at a minimum prepare for rough surf, rip currents and at this point rain, although it probably will not be too bad. The path after this weekend is increasing less certain as the character of the trough is now better defined. I hope to know more tomorrow, but since we have a weak trough and a weak ridge, and what counts is the small difference between two small numbers which themselves are not well defined - therein lies the uncertainty. > > DISCUSSION: The not-so-prominent trough I spoke of is just that. It will have the effect, as forecast, of eroding the western edge of the ridge, slowing the westward march, but it is not deep and will lift out and pass over the ridge and head out to sea, leaving the ridge to repair itself, and rebuild. This is not uncommon, but different than what I think this year is like, and what the last 3 years were like. This weekend, Chantal will have slowed down to a crawl and weakened. But about 100 miles off the coast of Florida around Jupiter, Chantal will probably regain some strength and a second wind. Forcing will not be strong and movement will depend on either an approaching front or the rebuilding subtropical high, which is going to happen at least in the short run. The honest options on where Chantal will go are many, as of today. The front, when it comes, will not be as powerful as last year, so it is, as they say, touch and go. I think there is a good chance I will know more Wednesday morning. I am rerunning models and looking at data as it comes in and when something become clearer, I will certainly send out a forecast. > when I have some confidence. > > Peter Ray > > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > From: Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > Subject: [hurricane-forecast] Tropical Storm Chantal 7/9/2013 > Date: July 9, 2013 11:31:03 AM CDT > To: hurricane-forecast <hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net> > Cc: pray@fsu.edu, Peter Ray <hurricanehunter007@gmail.com> > > Friends, Because of the potential importance to some, I want to get this to you as soon as possible. Call it a forecast revision. I did not think it wise to wait until tomorrow to get this out. > > FORECAST: The east coat of Florida should at a minimum prepare for rough surf, rip currents and at this point rain, although it probably will not be too bad. The path after this weekend is increasing less certain as the character of the trough is now better defined. I hope to know more tomorrow, but since we have a weak trough and a weak ridge, and what counts is the small difference between two small numbers which themselves are not well defined - therein lies the uncertainty. > > DISCUSSION: The not-so-prominent trough I spoke of is just that. It will have the effect, as forecast, of eroding the western edge of the ridge, slowing the westward march, but it is not deep and will lift out and pass over the ridge and head out to sea, leaving the ridge to repair itself, and rebuild. This is not uncommon, but different than what I think this year is like, and what the last 3 years were like. This weekend, Chantal will have slowed down to a crawl and weakened. But about 100 miles off the coast of Florida around Jupiter, Chantal will probably regain some strength and a second wind. Forcing will not be strong and movement will depend on either an approaching front or the rebuilding subtropical high, which is going to happen at least in the short run. The honest options on where Chantal will go are many, as of today. The front, when it comes, will not be as powerful as last year, so it is, as they say, touch and go. I think there is a good chance I will know more Wednesday morning. I am rerunning models and looking at data as it comes in and when something become clearer, I will certainly send out a forecast. > when I have some confidence. > > Peter Ray > > DISCLAIMER: The Florida State University required that I not use any > FSU equipment to send out these forecasts. To comply, I have purchased > my own computer for making and sending these forecasts. I have been > touched by the many offers of encouragement and support that I have > received. I am deeply indebted to the Secretary and the staff of the > Department of Children and Families who value these forecasts for the > citizens of Florida. Also to the firm Hayes Computer Systems, which set > up the distribution software and is providing for the distribution of > these forecasts at no cost. They are very professional and competent. I > acknowledge that these forecasts are mine alone, by my own effort > and initiative. I only try to provide the best possible forecasts for > the community, and the State of Florida and now, surrounding states > at no cost to those who receive it. > > NEW BLOG AND DONATIONS: > > I have set up a website and blog which may be reached at URL http://www.hurricanehunt.com In this website > you can find the forecast, as well as a blog of expanded interests of mine dealing with weather and climate and hurricanes, and an opportunity for you to comment as well. There is also an opportunity for you to contribute to defraying the increasing costs of maintaining this service, if and only if you want to. This must always be a not for profit public service and free as long as I have anything to do with it. But I have had offers of help in the past and it is increasingly difficult for me to underwrite all the cost, even with the generous and gracious support form Hayes Computer Systems. > > > SUBSCRIPTIONS: > > Please do NOT send subscription messages to hurricane-forecasts@lists.hcs.net. > > To subscribe or unsubscribe to the hurricane forecast list send an email > to hurricane-forecast-request@lists.hcs.net with "subscribe" or > "unsubscribe" as the subject. You can manage your subscription at: > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net > If someone wishes to contact me, they can send an email to hurricanehunter007@gmail.com. > > Peter S. Ray > > > _______________________________________________ > hurricane-forecast mailing list > hurricane-forecast@lists.hcs.net > http://lists.hcs.net/mailman/listinfo/hurricane-forecast_lists.hcs.net