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#Barry now a sprawling Post-Tropical Cyclone, but still producing flooding. Few disturbances in the Atlantic we are keeping eyes on.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 3 (Barry) , Major: 279 (Michael) Florida - Any: 279 (Michael) Major: 279 (Michael)
40.5N 87.5W
Wind: 15MPH
Pres: 1010mb
Ene at 21 mph
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Things could be getting interesting near both coasts: Kiko & Increasingly favorable W. Atlantic.
      #79242 - Mon Oct 22 2007 02:16 PM

hmm we both could be wrong on where the next storm develops, the GFS, CMC, and NOGAPS are now forming a storm north of the Lesser Antilies and the NOGAPS is the most interesting one believe it or not lol. Shows the storm heading towards South Florida.. it could happen and even though winds are currently unfavorable, this has held together for a long time, so maybe this wave will enter favorable winds or maybe the TUTT feature will die and winds could gradually become for favorable in a few days.
I'm also shocked on how the GFS is now predicting a snowstorm as far south as NYC in a few weeks LOL.. probably wont happen but very interesting, what do you or anyone else think?

Allan Reed - 18,9,5

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