From first hand experience we saw thunderstorms with Charley but not with Frances. There usually aren't too many thunderstorms associated with hurricanes is what I have been told. Does this have to do more with the side of the storm that presents itself to you?
Quote: Here is a wide angle WV loop. Showing all the systems. The areas inside/ surrounded by the blue lines, are generally Not favored for thunderstorm formation. Due to drier air in them. http://www.esl.lsu.edu/AOI/AOI4_wv_loop.html
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