My last look at the loops for GOM made me take a second look at what appears to be an upper level low on the tail end of that Glob of the cold front.. It is in an extremely volatile place in the gulf in terms of storms kicking it up a notch before landfall. Some that come to mind are Kate, Josephine, Erin, and Opal. Not all in the same year but worthy of words none-the-less.
-------------------- God commands. Laymen guess. Scientists record.
Edited by GuppieGrouper (Sat Aug 07 2004 07:05 PM)
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