>>> the shear will blow this system apart much like it did to TD2
Didn't TD2 eventually become Bonnie? Granted, the soon to be patented HF "rabbit voodoo hex" [tm HF] went to work on it, but it did survive to become a named entity. So, that makes it 6 for 6...TD's becoming TS's.
To my thinking, and please correct me if I'm wrong, but a classified system which becomes an open wave but then regains classified status, is still a classified system. I'm actually confused, because the Unisys lists TD2 AND Bonnie, as though they are separate systems. That doesn't make any sense...so I'll pose it to the board...Are TD2, the remnants of which became Bonnie, two separate and distinct systems or are they, for argument's sake, one in the same?
I'm being serious here. Here is how Unisys calculates this storm.
Is it proper, per se, to consider these as two distinct and separate systems, or should TD2 and Bonnie be considered to be one system, even with the several-day classification lag?
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