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Re: Tropical wave [Re: Pasco]
      #100872 - Tue Mar 24 2020 05:51 AM

I couldn't agree more with your comments!

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Re: Tropical wave [Re: oli thomas]
      #100875 - Fri Mar 27 2020 11:34 AM

They are also called African easterly waves in the Atlantic Ocean, are a type of atmospheric trough. Healthy Body Healthy Mind

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