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Sean2
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Something new?
      #33852 - Sun Oct 10 2004 08:44 AM

is there something in BOC or the tip of yuctan of mexico..... that looks to be more impressive than "sub-nicole/and Matthew" at this point....is it otto?

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Re: Something new? [Re: Sean2]
      #33853 - Sun Oct 10 2004 08:47 AM

Yes, and another one above Puerto Rico.

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Sean2
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Re: Something new? [Re: HumanCookie]
      #33854 - Sun Oct 10 2004 08:52 AM

interesting that NOGAPS is showing another "system" in the GOM in a few days.... must be another hybrid system

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Re: Something new? [Re: Sean2]
      #33855 - Sun Oct 10 2004 09:05 AM

I wouldn't jump the gun and say that, by then it should be some type of mid-latitude cyclone, we're getting to the end of the line. Nicole will probably make the trasition to tropical, she has air wrapping around her center, this will cause frictional heating, warm this storm up. It also has many subtropical characteristics such as a cold-core, convection to one side and the strongest winds not by the center but far away. I heard there was sustained winds at 43 mph yesterday at Bremuda, then how does the Recon only find 45 mph winds, I mean the storm is obviously strengthening don't you think they should raise it more then 3 mph's, or unless they're very picky about what they want their named to storms to be.

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