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Ed in Va
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CMC model
      #79602 - Thu Dec 06 2007 04:34 PM

I'm sure this isn't the worth the virtual space it's written on, but this is interesting:;hour=Animation

(Moved to the appropriate Forum.)

Edited by Ed Dunham (Thu Dec 06 2007 08:42 PM)

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Re: CMC model [Re: Ed in Va]
      #79606 - Sat Dec 08 2007 12:21 PM

The CMC might actually hit the nail again, NOGAPS is showing a weak low and now the NAM is showing possible development. If you ask me, this disturbance looks exactly the same as the wave that Noel formed from when it was in the same area.. this is something to watch.

Allan Reed - 18,9,5

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