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Scott Stripling

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2003 - Heavy Rain / Puerto Rico - "Hundreds of people fled their homes as relentless rains unleashed floods across Puerto Rico, swelling rivers and setting off landslides. [....] The storm has dumped at least 15 to 18 inches of rain in Puerto Rico and 10 to 15 inches in the U.S. Virgin Islands since Sunday [11/09/03], said Scott Stripling, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in san Juan. [News Services]
Jeanne Strengthens Into Hurricane, 1 Jan 2004 [cached]
The storm plowed northwest across the middle of the island and exited near Vega Baja, said meteorologist Scott Stripling of the U.S. National Weather Service.
Articles | Michael Behar | Writer & Editor | Boulder, Colorado - Part 4 [cached]
For a wind check, I called Scott Stripling, a fellow kiter based in Puerto Rico who is a meteorologist for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Stripling has contacts at Cuba's Instituto de MeteorologĂ­a (Institute of Meteorology), renowned for its forecasting prowess. (Fidel Castro pumps gobs of cash into the national sciences.) Stripling managed to obtain climate records from his colleagues in Havana. The data was intoxicating: In an e-mail, Stripling said the north coast gets slammed with consistent 20-knot winds from November through April. Continue reading →
Surfrider Foundation Miami Chapter, 22 Nov 2012 [cached]
Vice Chair: Scott Stripling, Meteorologist, National Hurricane Center
Virgin Islands, Virgin Islands Newspaper, A Pulitzer Prize Winning Newspaper, Virgin Islands Guide, Virgin Islands Info [cached]
"It's significantly drier compared to the last four or five days," said Scott Stripling, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in San Juan.
Even though the weather has been drier, high winds have continued to whip across the territory.Winds over the open seas in the area have been at 18 to 25 knots the last several days, Stripling said.
A small craft advisory has been issued.The advisories are declared for winds at 20 knots or more.Winds that fast can create waves ranging from 5 to 6 feet and make waters extremely choppy, Stripling said.
On Wednesday, Stripling said, an area of moisture is expected to move over the Virgin Islands.
May is usually a wet and windy month, Stripling said.In May, the trade winds pick up more tropical moisture from the Atlantic Ocean.Upper-level troughs - areas of low atmospheric pressure - mixing with the moist trade winds create unstable weather conditions.
Rainfall has been close to average this month, Stripling said.So far in May, there have been 1.71 inches of rainfall on St. Thomas and 4.55 inches on St. Croix.
The winds have been a bit stronger than usual, Stripling said.An area of high pressure north of the Virgin Islands has intensified the winds.
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