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Robert
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Central atlantic wave
      #100046 - Fri Aug 23 2019 07:15 AM Attachment (237 downloads)

There is a wave in the middle atlantic that has also gained some organization, and is wetting the atmosphere as it goes fighting the dry air.
18Z GFS yesterday has it tracking all the way to the off bahamas around the 4th, shows azores high building strong, 1034 and at end has a high 1024 coming off New Jersey, florida to main need to watch.


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