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Old 07-22-2010, 09:43 PM   #1
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Weather Alert: Tropical Storm Bonnie



**** EARLY ALERT - MAINTAIN VIGIL WATCH ON NEXT GULF HURRICANE ****

Troipcal Storm Bonnie

Tom Moore, Lead Meteorologist, The Weather Channel
Jul. 22, 2010 6:32 pm ET


Tropical Depression 3 has strengthened a bit and is now Tropical Storm Bonnie. Movement is to the northwest at 14 mph.


Tropical storm warnings remain is in effect for the Florida east coast from Golden Beach southward to the Florida Keys, and for the Florida west coast northward to Bonita Beach. The central and northwestern Bahamas are also under a tropical storm warning.


A tropical storm watch has been issued for the Florida east coast from Jupiter Inlet to Golden Beach, including Lake Okeechobee.


Tropical storm conditions are expected over the central and northwest Bahamas overnight and Friday. South Florida and the Keys should experience heavy rain and gusty winds on Friday. Rainfall amounts could exceed 5 inches in parts of southern Florida and the Bahamas.


Impacts on the oil spill in the northern Gulf of Mexico could begin Friday night and should reach their peak Saturday through early Sunday. Squalls with heavy rain and gusty winds and waves of 6-10 feet may develop by late Saturday and Saturday night.


A tropical low pressure system is getter better organized in the Bay of Campeche in the southern Gulf of Mexico. Thunderstorms continue to develop around the broad area of low pressure as it moves off toward the west between 10 and 15 mph. There is a window of opportunity for this system to develop into a tropical depression before it moves onto the central Mexico coast over the next 24-36 hours.


Heavy rain, flooding and mud slides are possible in central Mexico as the low moves through tonight and Friday.
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Hopefully it won't cause too much trouble for next weekend as I'm headed to Houston......
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Hopefully it won't cause too much trouble for next weekend as I'm headed to Houston......
Hopefully.

Please stay tuned as I will be monitoring this storm and updating as it gets closer to Texas.
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Hopefully it won't cause too much trouble for next weekend as I'm headed to Houston......

So far Saturday 30% Sunday and Monday 50% of rain in Houston.
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Old 07-23-2010, 08:42 AM   #7
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Troipcal Storm Bonnie threatens Florida
Roy Lucksinger, Lead Meteorologist, The Weather Channel
Jul. 23, 2010 8:39 am ET


Tropical Storm Bonnie is bringing locally heavy rainfall and dangerous surf conditions, including the threat of dangerous rip currents along the Florida Coast and across the Keys.


As of 8 a.m. Eastern Time Friday, the center of Bonnie was located about 80 miles south-southeast of Miami, or about 75 miles east of Marathon, FL with top winds near 40 miles per hour. Bonnie is currently moving to the west-northwest near 19 miles per hour, and is expected to maintain this general speed and direction over the next couple of days. Bonnie is expected to cross the Florida Keys or the far southern end of the Florida Peninsula later today before moving into the eastern Gulf of Mexico tonight or Saturday morning.


Bonnie is expected to strengthen slightly over the next couple of days, but is currently not expected to become a hurricane. In fact, it is possible that Bonnie could degenerate into an open wave of low pressure on its way into the Gulf of Mexico.


Tropical storm warnings are in effect for the East Coast of Florida from Deerfield Beach southward, the West Coast of Florida from Englewood southward, the Florida Keys (including Florida Bay), and the northwestern Bahamas.


Tropical storm watches are posted for the East Coast of Florida from Deerfield Beach north to Jupiter Inlet, plus Lake Okeechobee. A tropical storm watch is also in effect for the northern Gulf Coast between Destin, Florida, and Morgan City, Louisiana.


A tropical storm warning means tropical storm conditions are expected somewhere in the warned area within the next 24 to 36 hours; a tropical storm watch means to that tropical storm conditions are possible within the watch area within the next 48 hours.


Over the weekend, Bonnie is expected to move towards the northern Gulf Coast with a final landfall expected somewhere between the Upper Texas Coast and the Alabama Coast around Sunday, with the most likely area being within the tropical storm watch area.
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I was just saying to buddy last week we needed another small storm to come through here.
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Old 07-23-2010, 01:26 PM   #9
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Path is changing. Keep vigil as we are not out of the water yet.
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I was just saying to buddy last week we needed another small storm to come through here.
Not here...just from Hurricane Alex, we're on the brink of overflooding in our area. Everything from up north has made its way down...
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Been waiting for the news to start reporting on how unfair it is for the wet backs that want to come into this country but can't because of the high water!
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Been waiting for the news to start reporting on how unfair it is for the wet backs that want to come into this country but can't because of the high water!

I was waiting for the ACLU to start suieng to make the Rio Grand wider so it won't be so high and dangerous to their well being
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