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Stork
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Loc: 27.16N 80.27W
Arabian Sea:Tropical Cyclone Chapala
      #96113 - Fri Oct 30 2015 07:49 AM

A rare, and very strong tropical cyclone, Chapala, is churning westward across the Arabian Sea, with a landfall forecast for Yemen or possibly Oman. Needless to say, these desert areas are ill-equipped to handle the rain and storm surge associated with such a storm. Hopefully the track verifies and like Patricia in Mexico, it takes a path away from the more heavily populated areas there.




http://www.usno.navy.mil/JTWC/

Edited by Stork (Fri Oct 30 2015 07:52 AM)


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