well said on Isabel and Fla.
In July, it looked like a slow season. The thing about all of these storms so close together in time is, that they do disrupt the atmosphere, and the oceans. The stronger the storm, the stronger the ULL on the other side of it (in my opinion), plus you have all kinds of upwelling. With Gilbert, it left an upper level high in the gulf for weeks, and really quieted things down. I think the atmosphere is going to need to recover somewhat after this.
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