Posted August 15, 2007 by publisher in Cuban Healthcare
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Right now Dean is a Tropical storm but I found the projected path worthy of posting here because 100% of the island lies in its projected path.
These two links, the projected path and here showing Dean’s satellite image are interesting to look at.
if u look here, only 1 of teh 5 models show it hitting Cuba, teh otehr 4 show it passing well below:
Geesh. I don’t know what’s worse….weathermen or stock brokers.
“The hurricane will hit here…unless it doesn’t” and “the stock with go up…unless it doesn’t”.
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1. its now upgraded to a hurricane.
2. of the 5 projections one now shows it brushing cuba. Looks like Jamaica and Yucatan goona take more than Cuba.
but remember the weather forecast changes every 5 minutes.
to rework teh old accountant joke: ask the weatherman: what the forecast? Answer: what do you want it to be?
Latest model showing it south of Cuba.
What’s the sense with weather prediction if they are wrong more then they are right?
I believe it’s not going to hit Cuba. They are going to have a forecast of 10 days with rain but no damage as Jamaica and Dominican Republic.
I am praying because my family is in Cuba. It’s not easy guys!!!!