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Kimberley Clark
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Reged: Wed
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Loc: Mobile, Alabama 30.65N 88.14W
Next System?
      #66818 - Tue Jun 13 2006 10:54 AM

June 13, 2006

THE CARIBBEAN SEA...
AN UPPER LEVEL RIDGE STRETCHES FROM THE NORTHWESTERN CARIBBEAN
SEA ACROSS CUBA AND THE BAHAMAS INTO THE WESTERN ATLANTIC OCEAN
NEAR 28N77W BEYOND 32N74W. THE UPPER LEVEL ANTICYCLONIC FLOW
WITH THE RIDGE COVERS THE ATLANTIC WATERS NORTH OF 20N WEST OF
65W...AND PRETTY MUCH ALL THE CARIBBEAN SEA WATERS. AN UPPER
LEVEL RIDGE FROM THE TROPICAL ATLANTIC OCEAN...NEAR THE TROPICAL
WAVES AND THE ITCZ...IS SENDING UPPER LEVEL SOUTHERLY FLOW RIGHT
ON TOP OF THE 59W/60W TROPICAL WAVE. MIDDLE TO UPPER LEVEL DRY
AIR COVERS THE CARIBBEAN SEA SOUTH OF 18N BETWEEN 64W AND 83W.
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED TO SPREAD FROM EAST TO
WEST WITH THE 59W/60W TROPICAL WAVE...ONCE IT FINALLY ENTERS THE
EASTERN CARIBBEAN SEA...PROBABLY WITH THE 13/1200 UTC MAP.

All of you who are much more knowledgeable than I, what do you think?

Kimberley Clark

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Kimberley Clark
Mobile, Alabama

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