Brad in Miami
(Storm Tracker)
Fri Aug 19 2005 02:55 PM
Re: Undramatic Pause

Of course it could reorganize, but is it likely enough to plan recon for the next 2 days? I doubt it. Now I'm curious enough to poke around the models to see if there's been some change that would serve as the basis for that plan.

If I'm reading this correctly, I see in today's recon reports that there was a high-altitude flight somewhere in the general vicinity of TD10's remnants that sent back 4 recon reports. I wouldn't have even paid any attention to that, or gone looking for it, but I guess there's some small chance that resulted in some sort of thought that there is a little more possibililty of regeneration?

I know I keep writing this, but this seems odd.

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