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Bill Out, Watching Wave in Atlantic *DELETED*
      #86480 - Tue Aug 25 2009 08:01 AM

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Re: Bill Out, Watching Wave in Atlantic [Re: ltpat228]
      #86483 - Tue Aug 25 2009 10:25 AM

Floaters are referring to "floating" satellite images, ie the links that have a storm centered in the image, ie not a fixed point on the globe. It "floats" where the storm moves to.

The NWS and Satellite services Division usually put up floaters here.

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