CFHC Talkback For News Story #40:
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Wave Moving over Central America
11:32 AM EDT - 11 July 1999

Well, as expected the nortward component discussed earlier never happened, and now the wave is moving across Central America. Ending the chances of it becoming the next Atlantic Tropical Depression. It has possibilites for a Pacific birth.

Otherwise there isn't much going on in the Atlantic again. But as we enter the middle part of July and head into August we should begin to see more activity.

- [jc]

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Wave moveing west (#1)
Posted by: Mike Anderson
Posted On 03:03PM 11-Jul-1999 with id (QURNQVSNQYUNQXY*)

As i poasted on this wave last week , i was saying that this system had little chance of developing into a TD or less a TS, now the system has moved over land so the threat if there ever was one is over,During the next week ahead it does look like the action will pick up as heavy rain is now crossing Africa, sea temps are also responding well to the warming that is going on , look for a better chance of something developing in the week ahead, thats it for now , ill keep posting on this site as the season heat's up , again folks along the Florida coast should keep watching as the seasom ;ooks to be very active and this is an analog year.

Waves (#2)
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Colleen Atwater
Posted On 07:30AM 13-Jul-1999 with id (RPUNQXXNQYSNSS*)

What do you mean when you say "analog" year ? And why would that cause the people in Florida more concern than any other year? Thanks!!!

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