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Storm Chaser

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Re: Carib stuff [Re: Clark]
      #35752 - Wed May 18 2005 10:17 PM


Keith234 -- the jet is directly influenced by the positions of the jets and ridges. In fact, jets are often found between the two where the height gradient (the difference in heights over an area) is the greatest. That comes out of the mathematical framework of the weather.

trof is just a buckle in the jet, and so is a ridge. i'll remember that one. BTW, don't you mean trofs, not jet (first sentence)?

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Where's This Thing Going? [Re: Keith234]
      #35813 - Sat May 21 2005 01:08 AM

hey guys, its been a while..i hear theres a depression headed for cuba and the bahamas, where is it going after that possoibly to the us coast?

please lemme know, thanks

ryan :)

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Re: Home Weather Station [Re: Mitch]
      #36087 - Fri Jun 03 2005 07:52 PM

great site im in palm bay and its everything i need and more good job!

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Storm Cooper

Reged: Sat
Posts: 1290
Loc: Panama City , FL
Re: Where's This Thing Going? [Re: Ryan]
      #36088 - Fri Jun 03 2005 08:00 PM

It is just a very weak low.... mostly just a rain maker and not much more at this point. Should head north possibly toward the Panhandle of FL, as a rain event and maybe a little surf.

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