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95L [Re: ElizabethH]
      #74188 - Sat Nov 25 2006 12:53 PM

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Re: Still Quiet [Re: ElizabethH]
      #74189 - Sat Nov 25 2006 03:45 PM

95L is looking better late this afternoon. Convection is firing up but the question is.. will it loose it again?
The models have a due westward movement so it is deff. not a threat to the USA unless something amazing like Wilma happens. NOT saying it is gonna happen but Wilma surprised us all. Anyways.. I really think it should of been tagged days ago. We've been tracking this for 2 weeks now, will see what comes out of this "Hurricanes seasons last hurrah!"

Edited by allan (Sat Nov 25 2006 03:46 PM)

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Re: Still Quiet [Re: allan]
      #74191 - Sun Nov 26 2006 12:37 PM

95L is now an open wave, with absolutely no circulation at the surface, and probably none aloft, either. While it looked like it was almost there on at least two occasions during the past week, now it seems that they are keeping the tag up simply out of respect for it having formed at the end of the season.

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