That is an awesome site, thank you very much Keith: Anytime you have a ridge build around a storm the ridge helps the outflow but usually makes the storm suck up some dry air. This is very simliar to that track of Betsy and some Dennis too, once that ridge breaks these storms zoom out of there so be prepared for an unexpected hit
Dear God you know how to scare the c*%p outta me. Do you really see the potential for this happening and what do we watch for to fore see, (as much as this crazy weather will allow), this happening. I am ending my summer term next week and have finals Mon - Thurs. I can not miss anymore time from school or I will lose my 4.0. (pulling hair)
-------------------- Survived: Mitch '98-Charley's crossing'04-Frances '04-Jeanne'04 Survived near fatal fear from Floyd's threat.
Nearly grew gills with Fay'08
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