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CNGL-Leudimin:
I had this thread in mind for a long time (Some of you might have read my signature ;)), and now that there's a high chance an off-season storm might form off the Southeast, I think it's the time to create it (Also, we are in the time of the year with the least cyclone activity). I'm sure you will be more interested in what happens in the Atlantic since cyclones that form there may hit the U.S., but this thread is open to everything, elsewhere. Right now I'm tracking typhoon Noul, spelt by me as No-eul (Damn North Korea using a different romanization from that of the South) and known in the Philippines as Dodong (this is for sammi), currently a Category 3-equivalent typhoon headed to Luzon in Northern Philippines. And according to the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) there's already another tropical storm in the Eastern part of Micronesia... but Japan still doesn't say so and thus they haven't named it yet.

Scott5114:
Too early to worry about tropical cyclones yet! It's tornado season!

Thing 342:
Have been following the recon mission into 90L this morning. The plane recently found areas of 55kt winds on the northwest side of the system.

Follow along here: http://www.tropicaltidbits.com/recon/

US71:

--- Quote from: Scott5114 on May 07, 2015, 11:43:38 AM ---Too early to worry about tropical cyclones yet! It's tornado season!

--- End quote ---
Do you think Mother Nature cares?

Brandon:

--- Quote from: Scott5114 on May 07, 2015, 11:43:38 AM ---Too early to worry about tropical cyclones yet! It's tornado season!

--- End quote ---

It's always tornado season.  We've had January ones in northern Illinois before.

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