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Thu Aug 24 2006 03:04 PM
Re: 97L

Quote:

97L is racing ahead of the deepest convection. Now drier air at the upper levels has been induced southward immediately ahead of the LLC.

See link: http://www.esl.lsu.edu/webpics/AOI/AOI3_wv_loop.gif

You pointed out that the speed of 97L was a negative factor, and now drier air seems to be coming into play as it did with Chris.

I see big problems now. The nice environment 97L had yesterday afternoon and last night is decaying. What could have been TD5 could be killed off in the East Carribean graveyard.

cooltiger





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