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E Gulf today
      #80242 - Thu Jul 03 2008 01:24 PM

Been noticing a small cyclonic motion to activity in the E GOM today. Earlier Sattelite showed a cyclonic rotation at about 27.5 n and 86 W. local mets stated the pattern was being enhanced by 'upper' disturbances, however I can not find any visual satellite support for an upper feature. The current radar is also hinting at a broad cyclonic pattern. Since I'm not privy to the charts, anything going on here?


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Re: E Gulf today [Re: doug]
      #80243 - Thu Jul 03 2008 04:01 PM

If there was a small circulation, it's gone now. All of this moisture is associated with an old frontal/trough boundary which is giving us some much needed rainfall, though.

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Re: E Gulf today [Re: MichaelA]
      #80244 - Thu Jul 03 2008 10:38 PM

now the W Gulf is being monitored for development,


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