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Tropical Hurricane Pablo

BirdManDoomW

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Figured this might be worth to note since it could 1) steal the name Olga 2) be stronger 3) make landfall 4) rapid intensify
 

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Storms will need to be watcher in central alabama for quick spin ups, instability is okay but helicity is pretty high. Any area that doesnt get trained over and has some instability could fire off some spin up tornadoes like yesterday which there was a bunch of. Dew points will be in the 70s which is pretty high for later october
 

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How many hurricanes do you see moving at a speed of over 30mph? Imagine a CAT 1 doing that into SC to Boone.
 

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Incredible the eye cleared out over cold water. 80mph. Makes you realize Europe and other areas could one day see a stronger hurricane hit moving 30mph..slowed back down now till over 20mph.
 
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