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Alberto into the Night
      #66763 - Tue Jun 13 2006 12:07 AM

anyone looked at the central atlantic loop?? I sit just me or is something look like is getting act together...judge for yourself!!!

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Re: Alberto into the Night [Re: unregistered]
      #66764 - Tue Jun 13 2006 12:16 AM

Looks impressive, but it is a long, long way from anything and may hit South America or just get swallowed up by a trough before anything happens.

Climatologically this area is not conducive to storm development till later in the year when the Cape Verde season is in full swing.

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