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By: Astrometeor, 9:31 PM GMT on August 14, 2016
Astro's Thesis on Ambiguity
Chapter One: Initial Blog Comments
Quoting 76. TropicalAnalystwx13:
There are no guarantees that this run comes to fruition, or even that one of these waves develops. But as I said yesterday, it's mid-August. Things will get interesting even in the face of hostile conditions (some dust, sinking air aloft, etc.) We saw a borderline Category 4 in the central Atlantic last year among the strongest El Nino on record.
Quoting 90. Astrometeor:
Borderline C4? Joaquin was not borderline.
Quoting 91. HurricaneFan:
He's talking about Danny
Quoting 92. Articuno:
I think he means is borderline from being a CAT 5
Quoting 96. TropicalAnalystwx13:
Joaquin was in the central Atlantic? I was referring to Danny.
Borderline is probably not the correct word though, since it didn't hit Cat 4. Peaked as an upper-end (110kt) Cat 3.
Quoting 115. SLU:
You need to beef up on your hurricane history.
Quoting 119. CaribBoy:
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