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      #77979 - Wed Sep 05 2007 08:46 PM

two more questions for today. watching the remnant low that was felix, how often do named storms degenerate to the point of being non-named and then regenerate into something substantive?

relatedly, if a storm such as felix, which is now a depression, were to drift back into the carribean sea or the GOM, and grow into another monster, for example, would it be named felix as well?

i recall a bit of a discussion fray several years ago regarding one storm that was questionably re-named or renamed after undergoing a regeneration.


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Re: regeneration [Re: spinup]
      #77980 - Wed Sep 05 2007 08:49 PM

I do think if it regenerated it would still be felix, but do you thinks felix's left over convection in the carribean will develop?

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