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WXRisk's Summer forcast +07 hurricane season.
      #75387 - Mon Jun 04 2007 03:29 PM

WXRisk's Summer forcast 2007

Thoughts Welcomed...

Edited by Hurricane29 (Mon Jun 04 2007 03:32 PM)

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Re: WXRisk's Summer forcast +07 hurricane season. [Re: Hurricane29]
      #75392 - Mon Jun 04 2007 08:56 PM

Quote from WXRisk's Summer forcast: The influence of the two drought areas will strongly favor the placement of the two high pressure areas

I don't get just how the two drought areas will affect the placement and extension of the Bermuda high. I thought it was the other way around. Is there precedent for a drier than normal land area to control or affect where high and low pressure systems set up and move to? It is just something I have never heard in 30 years of following the weather and hurricanes. What do the experts say??

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