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Chewing Grass

Is Jose planning a visit

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Looks like Hurricane Jose is taking a strange path according to the U.S. media.

'The storm is expected to remain at hurricane intensity in the Western Atlantic, and it could strengthen as it takes an odd, looping path that may bring it near the Bahamas and the United States this weekend. However, most computer models indicate Jose will stay out to sea and complete a tight enough loop to avoid moving onshore.'

Perhaps Jose will pay us a visit instead.

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39 minutes ago, Chewing Grass said:

Looks like Hurricane Jose is taking a strange path according to the U.S. media.

'The storm is expected to remain at hurricane intensity in the Western Atlantic, and it could strengthen as it takes an odd, looping path that may bring it near the Bahamas and the United States this weekend. However, most computer models indicate Jose will stay out to sea and complete a tight enough loop to avoid moving onshore.'

Perhaps Jose will pay us a visit instead.

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Has Jose weakened? What are those velocity figures referring to? 80mph is wind speed on an average day in winter on the west coast of Scotland...

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20 minutes ago, swissy_fit said:

Has Jose weakened? What are those velocity figures referring to? 80mph is wind speed on an average day in winter on the west coast of Scotland...

I'd guess they're the sustained speeds -- gusts on top.  A 'normal' west-coast Scotland would be 80mph gusts.

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1 hour ago, swissy_fit said:

Has Jose weakened? What are those velocity figures referring to? 80mph is wind speed on an average day in winter on the west coast of Scotland...

A bit of wind in the USA is akin to a bit of snow in England....

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1 minute ago, swissy_fit said:

Mr Pin gives his female guests an aphrodisiac dinner full of beans and sprouts! Pervert! :P

Yes I do! Nobody is offended by beans and sprouts, but I do keep the window open.

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