Recovery in the Bahamas from Dorian continues. Some of the most detailed and inclusive stories out there are from here. It is a first person account with stories of their friends and others they fled with after the storm. One of the most hair raising accounts was about a guy who grabbed his snorkel, boogie board and wetsuit as his house was coming apart. He rode out the rest of the storm in his cistern.
Below is a video of a boat owner who's huge catamaran ended up on a major road.
The first link ends with several places to give. Florida has many places taking item donations to the Bahamas. State Farm and Wings of Grace are two drop off points for the donation of goods.
Humberto pulled together in the Bahamas overnight after battling sheer for days. The future of this storm has some uncertainty as it's unknown how fast or strong a ridge may form north of it. Recon has been sampling it and the area. With a now defined center, the path should become more clear soon. Tropical Storm Watches have been dropped for East Central Florida and the NHC has this affecting the Bahamas and moving out to sea. Other models include loops or landfalls from Florida to North Carolina. Meanwhile the wave train is getting active.
Dorian was a lot of work. Yard was a mess, had a banana tree full of bananas fall, a few plants needed propped up and my hard drive failed with a power surge early in the storm. Hence my absence. Leaving the house-boards up for now, as have many in Melbourne. September storm parade is assembling.
95L has been pulling together in the Bahamas. It's faced some sheer and land will be an inhibitor as it passes through the Bahamas and most likely to South Florida by Friday & Saturday, otherwise conditions are fairly optimal for development. Most of the spaghetti models take this to South Florida as a Tropical storm in the next 72hrs. Looks like a wet weekend ahead.
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