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Wow..looks devestating.

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Lake Seminole my old stomping grounds.
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Nobody gives a fuck.
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Right? I’ve only been here in FL since 2008 but this is ominous, strange, it’s incredibly quiet, clouds look off. I’m probably overthinking it but I took my dog to the park earlier and got an eerie vibe although I did see two huge, beautiful butterflies. A Monarch and a black/yellow striped one. A butterfly or bumblebee always makes me smile!

The lakes were pretty calm too. The calm before the storm? Or nothing....who knows anymore. There was also a drone above, really high, following the power lines so probably Google Maps or something? Ugh. Can we go back to the era before cell phones?
 Quoting: J-lee


That was more than likely a zebra long wing butterfly. My wife’s favorite in the state.

My logic is that I was at the coast a few hours ago and saw plenty of birds of different kinds so I think we’re safe, don’t they normally flee before major weather events? Or is that just earthquakes?
 Quoting: ~LSDMTHC~


Hey, LSDMTHC, here's a bit of Native American folklore. I worked on the Seminole Reservation for awhile a few years ago, and here's something I learned from them. Of course, as we all know, the natives are very good at using things of nature to know what is going to happen, weather-wise.

So, the Seminoles told me that there is a particular bird - I don't know what it is called, but it has a "split tail." Not a particularly large bird, but if you see one flying around, take note of its flight....the split tail bird is telling you a hurricane is coming, AND it is flying AWAY from the direction of the storm.

IOW, if the bird is flying SW to NE, the storm will travel SW to NE past the place the bird flew.

Still waiting to see if that folklore holds water (or if that bird exists anywhere other than on the Seminole Reservation!!).

Truth.
 Quoting: Deplorable NO MORE Michele B

Split tail kites? I saw an out of place roseate.spoonbill flying south on US1 this morning.
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No, I don't think so. That looks like a gull.

The one they were talking about is a bird, but its tail is split in two, like V-shaped.
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Here is the Ventusky wind map. Down at the bottom is a thingy that lets you change the date.

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I think it's just gonna skirt the coast. Just some 72yo Floridian intel for you: That current from Tampa bay. If it's going out when the storm passes we're all good. If the tide is coming in, we might have a small problem.

That said. It's a cat 1. No one should really give a shit unless your place floods. Also old oak trees.


Anyone in Largo or Clearwater need any help after the storm, holler and I'll see if I can be of service.
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sitting on bird key looking at lido beach....and I can still see it.

That mean's it isn't that bad
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Re: I'm in Pinellas waiting for a direct hit. Elsa thread. (The storm that aint)
Me too I am in St Pete Beach area on Boca Ciega Bay Pasadena

I think it's just gonna skirt the coast. Just some 72yo Floridian intel for you: That current from Tampa bay. If it's going out when the storm passes we're all good. If the tide is coming in, we might have a small problem.

That said. It's a cat 1. No one should really give a shit unless your place floods. Also old oak trees.


Anyone in Largo or Clearwater need any help after the storm, holler and I'll see if I can be of service.
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I've always wanted to explore that area of Florida. The beach photos are just beautiful.
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I think it's just gonna skirt the coast. Just some 72yo Floridian intel for you: That current from Tampa bay. If it's going out when the storm passes we're all good. If the tide is coming in, we might have a small problem.

That said. It's a cat 1. No one should really give a shit unless your place floods. Also old oak trees.


Anyone in Largo or Clearwater need any help after the storm, holler and I'll see if I can be of service.
 Quoting: Gummedchromeroller


It will be fine...this is supposed to develop in a very minor hurricane.

I was in Port Richey during tropical storm Debbie.

It rained for days because the storm stalled over the area. Homes were flooded, included most of my neighbor's homes.

The sick witch who lived next door to me left her cat out in all that rain and it died on my front lawn. If I had known it was out there, I would have brought it in. It just pisses me off.

That was worse than a hurricane. I lived in NW Florida and experienced several hurricanes. None were as bad as that stupid tropical storm.
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Here near Gandy, bought beer and all but so far nothing. Love these types of storms because you can enjoy them and have fun without damage worry
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Clearwater here checking in. Let's get crazy... Heard people lighting leftover fireworks earlier LOL
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Weirdest pre- storm ever. Not a puff of breeze coastal Daytona. I have been through ten hurricanes here. This is bizarre.

By now we should have gusts at 20 mph. We have nada.
 Quoting: humbird


Right? I’ve only been here in FL since 2008 but this is ominous, strange, it’s incredibly quiet, clouds look off. I’m probably overthinking it but I took my dog to the park earlier and got an eerie vibe although I did see two huge, beautiful butterflies. A Monarch and a black/yellow striped one. A butterfly or bumblebee always makes me smile!

The lakes were pretty calm too. The calm before the storm? Or nothing....who knows anymore. There was also a drone above, really high, following the power lines so probably Google Maps or something? Ugh. Can we go back to the era before cell phones?
 Quoting: J-lee


That was more than likely a zebra long wing butterfly. My wife’s favorite in the state.

My logic is that I was at the coast a few hours ago and saw plenty of birds of different kinds so I think we’re safe, don’t they normally flee before major weather events? Or is that just earthquakes?
 Quoting: ~LSDMTHC~


Hey, LSDMTHC, here's a bit of Native American folklore. I worked on the Seminole Reservation for awhile a few years ago, and here's something I learned from them. Of course, as we all know, the natives are very good at using things of nature to know what is going to happen, weather-wise.

So, the Seminoles told me that there is a particular bird - I don't know what it is called, but it has a "split tail." Not a particularly large bird, but if you see one flying around, take note of its flight....the split tail bird is telling you a hurricane is coming, AND it is flying AWAY from the direction of the storm.

IOW, if the bird is flying SW to NE, the storm will travel SW to NE past the place the bird flew.

Still waiting to see if that folklore holds water (or if that bird exists anywhere other than on the Seminole Reservation!!).

Truth.
 Quoting: Deplorable NO MORE Michele B


Hey that is awesome!! Thank you for sharing that! I’m going to look at our bird book later :)
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I think it's just gonna skirt the coast. Just some 72yo Floridian intel for you: That current from Tampa bay. If it's going out when the storm passes we're all good. If the tide is coming in, we might have a small problem.

That said. It's a cat 1. No one should really give a shit unless your place floods. Also old oak trees.


Anyone in Largo or Clearwater need any help after the storm, holler and I'll see if I can be of service.
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Pinellas usually gets nothing besides once 100 years. Hey OP looking for some land know anybody? Anywhere from St. Petes to Dunedin. Affordable land not the crazy non sense i see listed now.
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There is a small lot for sale off Keene in Dunedin.
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Right? I’ve only been here in FL since 2008 but this is ominous, strange, it’s incredibly quiet, clouds look off. I’m probably overthinking it but I took my dog to the park earlier and got an eerie vibe although I did see two huge, beautiful butterflies. A Monarch and a black/yellow striped one. A butterfly or bumblebee always makes me smile!

The lakes were pretty calm too. The calm before the storm? Or nothing....who knows anymore. There was also a drone above, really high, following the power lines so probably Google Maps or something? Ugh. Can we go back to the era before cell phones?
 Quoting: J-lee


That was more than likely a zebra long wing butterfly. My wife’s favorite in the state.

My logic is that I was at the coast a few hours ago and saw plenty of birds of different kinds so I think we’re safe, don’t they normally flee before major weather events? Or is that just earthquakes?
 Quoting: ~LSDMTHC~


Hey, LSDMTHC, here's a bit of Native American folklore. I worked on the Seminole Reservation for awhile a few years ago, and here's something I learned from them. Of course, as we all know, the natives are very good at using things of nature to know what is going to happen, weather-wise.

So, the Seminoles told me that there is a particular bird - I don't know what it is called, but it has a "split tail." Not a particularly large bird, but if you see one flying around, take note of its flight....the split tail bird is telling you a hurricane is coming, AND it is flying AWAY from the direction of the storm.

IOW, if the bird is flying SW to NE, the storm will travel SW to NE past the place the bird flew.

Still waiting to see if that folklore holds water (or if that bird exists anywhere other than on the Seminole Reservation!!).

Truth.
 Quoting: Deplorable NO MORE Michele B


Hey that is awesome!! Thank you for sharing that! I’m going to look at our bird book later :)
 Quoting: ~LSDMTHC~


I looked this up because it resonated, are these the swallowed tailed kites? Are they insanely fast? If so, I saw one two days ago, at RD Keene Park in Windermere. It came from behind me, which would have been West and flew over the lake which would be East. I’ve only seen these a few times and never knew to pay attention. Seems like Doom is off with Elsa but still great info!
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Where's Capt Dan been? Last time he posted was Cozumel in a hurricane.
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Just a typical rainy night in Florida. Nothing more. We have 5PM thunderstorms far worse. Might spin off a tornado or two. Otherwise it's a rain event and a couple of damaged trailer homes.
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I recall a hurricane 1 flying over us overnight without any warning and no one even batted an eye. This is rain. that's it.
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It arrives in less than six hours!
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Clearwater here checking in. Let's get crazy... Heard people lighting leftover fireworks earlier LOL
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I’m guessing around 1am is when things will pick up a little. Planning on staying up for this. Stay safe in clearwater. So far it’s boring as hell here in Dunedin, I’m sure it’s the same there chuckle
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That was more than likely a zebra long wing butterfly. My wife’s favorite in the state.

My logic is that I was at the coast a few hours ago and saw plenty of birds of different kinds so I think we’re safe, don’t they normally flee before major weather events? Or is that just earthquakes?
 Quoting: ~LSDMTHC~


Hey, LSDMTHC, here's a bit of Native American folklore. I worked on the Seminole Reservation for awhile a few years ago, and here's something I learned from them. Of course, as we all know, the natives are very good at using things of nature to know what is going to happen, weather-wise.

So, the Seminoles told me that there is a particular bird - I don't know what it is called, but it has a "split tail." Not a particularly large bird, but if you see one flying around, take note of its flight....the split tail bird is telling you a hurricane is coming, AND it is flying AWAY from the direction of the storm.

IOW, if the bird is flying SW to NE, the storm will travel SW to NE past the place the bird flew.

Still waiting to see if that folklore holds water (or if that bird exists anywhere other than on the Seminole Reservation!!).

Truth.
 Quoting: Deplorable NO MORE Michele B


Hey that is awesome!! Thank you for sharing that! I’m going to look at our bird book later :)
 Quoting: ~LSDMTHC~


I looked this up because it resonated, are these the swallowed tailed kites? Are they insanely fast? If so, I saw one two days ago, at RD Keene Park in Windermere. It came from behind me, which would have been West and flew over the lake which would be East. I’ve only seen these a few times and never knew to pay attention. Seems like Doom is off with Elsa but still great info!
 Quoting: J-lee


I’m planning on looking into it here in a bit after I ask my wife where our Florida bird books are. Thanks for sharing your experience!
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Sorry it’s going to miss , but still have a party! bundy-0k0k
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I think it's just gonna skirt the coast. Just some 72yo Floridian intel for you: That current from Tampa bay. If it's going out when the storm passes we're all good. If the tide is coming in, we might have a small problem.

That said. It's a cat 1. No one should really give a shit unless your place floods. Also old oak trees.


Anyone in Largo or Clearwater need any help after the storm, holler and I'll see if I can be of service.
 Quoting: Gummedchromeroller


High tide 10:09 Am tomorrow for Pinellas county.
[link to www.tideschart.com (secure)]

If that matches with Tampa Bay it may get interesting. Prevailing tropical winds should be pushing storm surge straight into the bay at that time OP.

Be safe!
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Also old oak trees.
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Also old pine trees. There's a dead pine just on the my neighbor's side of the property line. It's dropped three large branches on my property in the last month. It could be bad for either house if it fell. Fortunately for me it's leaning slightly in his direction.
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It wouldn't hurt to add a webbing strap to the tree as high as easily attached, to a ground anchor, and direct the tree to where you want it to go, rather than leave it to chance where it will go.
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It's on my neighbor's property. I don't think he'd be ok with me making sure it falls on his house.
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I think it’s Elsa… it rained cats and dogs!

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Still not dead. Little bit of rain. Storm looks like crap on the radar doesn't it?
We'll meet in Valhalla or Fréja's garden. Until then, live free and find your happiness.
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I think it's just gonna skirt the coast. Just some 72yo Floridian intel for you: That current from Tampa bay. If it's going out when the storm passes we're all good. If the tide is coming in, we might have a small problem.

That said. It's a cat 1. No one should really give a shit unless your place floods. Also old oak trees.


Anyone in Largo or Clearwater need any help after the storm, holler and I'll see if I can be of service.
 Quoting: Gummedchromeroller


High tide 10:09 Am tomorrow for Pinellas county.
[link to www.tideschart.com (secure)]

If that matches with Tampa Bay it may get interesting. Prevailing tropical winds should be pushing storm surge straight into the bay at that time OP.

Be safe!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78689367


It will be the typical flooding. Shore acres, west side of westshore and that spot along Bayshore Blvd. And, if there is a lot of rain, that area on Dale Mabry from Neptune through Henderson. And every media outlet will post dozens of twitter photos and videos of the same areas from different angles sowing all the massive flooding from storm "X". Wash, rinse, repeat. Same shit every year.
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That was more than likely a zebra long wing butterfly. My wife’s favorite in the state.

My logic is that I was at the coast a few hours ago and saw plenty of birds of different kinds so I think we’re safe, don’t they normally flee before major weather events? Or is that just earthquakes?
 Quoting: ~LSDMTHC~


Hey, LSDMTHC, here's a bit of Native American folklore. I worked on the Seminole Reservation for awhile a few years ago, and here's something I learned from them. Of course, as we all know, the natives are very good at using things of nature to know what is going to happen, weather-wise.

So, the Seminoles told me that there is a particular bird - I don't know what it is called, but it has a "split tail." Not a particularly large bird, but if you see one flying around, take note of its flight....the split tail bird is telling you a hurricane is coming, AND it is flying AWAY from the direction of the storm.

IOW, if the bird is flying SW to NE, the storm will travel SW to NE past the place the bird flew.

Still waiting to see if that folklore holds water (or if that bird exists anywhere other than on the Seminole Reservation!!).

Truth.
 Quoting: Deplorable NO MORE Michele B


Hey that is awesome!! Thank you for sharing that! I’m going to look at our bird book later :)
 Quoting: ~LSDMTHC~


I looked this up because it resonated, are these the swallowed tailed kites? Are they insanely fast? If so, I saw one two days ago, at RD Keene Park in Windermere. It came from behind me, which would have been West and flew over the lake which would be East. I’ve only seen these a few times and never knew to pay attention. Seems like Doom is off with Elsa but still great info!
 Quoting: J-lee


I typed out a response and the stupid Captcha killed it!

I think this might be the bird!

The write-up about its behavior and habitat seems right. Good job, J&L!

"Swallow-tailed Kites breed in swamps, lowland forests, and marshes of the southeastern United States, primarily in Florida and South Carolina. They require tall trees for nesting and open areas full of small prey to feed their nestlings. Nesting and foraging habitat includes slash pine wetlands, edges of pine forest, cypress swamps, wet prairies, freshwater and brackish marshes, hardwood hammocks, and mangrove forests."

[link to www.allaboutbirds.org (secure)]

Explains why they would be found in the Everglades!

Thanks for finding that.

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I think it's just gonna skirt the coast. Just some 72yo Floridian intel for you: That current from Tampa bay. If it's going out when the storm passes we're all good. If the tide is coming in, we might have a small problem.

That said. It's a cat 1. No one should really give a shit unless your place floods. Also old oak trees.


Anyone in Largo or Clearwater need any help after the storm, holler and I'll see if I can be of service.
 Quoting: Gummedchromeroller


High tide 10:09 Am tomorrow for Pinellas county.
[link to www.tideschart.com (secure)]

If that matches with Tampa Bay it may get interesting. Prevailing tropical winds should be pushing storm surge straight into the bay at that time OP.

Be safe!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78689367


It will be the typical flooding. Shore acres, west side of westshore and that spot along Bayshore Blvd. And, if there is a lot of rain, that area on Dale Mabry from Neptune through Henderson. And every media outlet will post dozens of twitter photos and videos of the same areas from different angles sowing all the massive flooding from storm "X". Wash, rinse, repeat. Same shit every year.
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Every tropical storm is unique.

last year, Jul 30 to Aug 5th Isaias made landfall near SC/NC border then passed up through New England as tropical. Connecticut got its first ever tropical storm/hurricane induced tornado. Post tropical it lasted into northern Canada.

This storm is forecasted to 'perhaps' be a tropical storm over Nova Scotia.

Lots of rain for people who don't need more, including Florida.

My guess is the high tide/storm surge will be the most impactful for TB region.
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ima sleep right thru this lil bitch storm
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ima sleep right thru this lil bitch storm
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