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By: SteveGregory, 12:54 AM GMT on November 14, 2005
September 30, 2011 Some may remember me from 2005 ... I'll be back for the 2012 Hurricane Season if enough people request and time permits!Steve
Updated: 7:17 PM GMT on March 22, 2012
By: SteveGregory, 9:46 PM GMT on November 05, 2005
November 5, 2005 / 3:00PM CST Beta -- left behind some showers and instability after it went inland -- and this was further enhanced during the weekas a tropical wave moved into the western Caribbean. A very old, decaying TROF that extended from near Jamaica northeastward was also enhancing the west weather pattern over the western Caribbean all week.Almost as soon as 'winter' struck the New England region following Wilma -- early autumn re...
Updated: 10:49 PM GMT on November 05, 2005
By: SteveGregory, 1:13 AM GMT on October 31, 2005
OCT 30, 2005 / 6:30PM CSTOn my sojourn to Florida to help some relatives deal with the aftermath of Wilma -- you find out exactlyhow excruciating life can FEEL without the simple nicety of electricity. Notwithstanding the homes that have roofs / windows needing repairs-- and a really big broom -- the overwhelming majority of people simply have been forced to live without electricity for over a week -- and counting. In most of Florida -- everything runs on elect...
Updated: 1:27 AM GMT on October 31, 2005
By: SteveGregory, 3:42 PM GMT on October 26, 2005
OCT 26, 2005 / 10:15 AM CDTAs the northeast took a double blow from the Nor'easter/Wilma combo yesterday, with 50mph winds, 20 foot seas at the Cape, extremely heavy coastal rains and snow in the interior -- energy markets rallied as if sub-zero weather was here for the next 5 months with natural gas climbing 10% in 1 day -- another record to match the weather records we seem to be breaking every other week.Meanwhile -- the tropics are remaining quite active - with...
Updated: 3:45 PM GMT on October 26, 2005
By: SteveGregory, 5:59 AM GMT on October 25, 2005
Oct 25, 2005 / 12:45 AM CDT WILMA REMAINS A HURRICANE WHILE SLOWLY TRANSFORMING INTO A COMPLEX EXTRA-TROPICAL STORMIn a summer where we've seen 4 'Once in a Hundred' Year type storms -- Wilma continues to amaze those that have watched these monsters for many decades of our lives. While Wilma still retains a warm core with some strong convection and a well defined eyewall -- it is also enduring wind shears of 40Kts across the central core...
Updated: 6:02 AM GMT on October 25, 2005