Lessons learned from Hurricane Dean

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Lessons learned from Hurricane Dean

Postby Caribbean Traveler » Mon Aug 20, 2007 7:24 am

:!: Every hurricane that moves through the Caribbean is NOT going to turn north and hit the U.S.

:( Even if the eye does not make a direct strike it still can do a lot of destruction.

:cry: The GFDL which is usually a good model cried wolf at a critical time and forecast Dean into the central Gulf of Mexico. NOT! GRADE: D

:P The GFS over all did a pretty good job in forecasting the track. It did bounce around some. GRADE: B

:P :!: The European model was consistent with its track and picked the correct course well in advance. The Euro beat us again! Grade: A
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