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Jamiewx
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Animation of the 21 storms of 2005
      Thu Oct 20 2005 09:43 PM

This link is pretty cool, give a video of all the storms from Arlene to Wilma, except Vince, which is out of the Camera's view. It's really cool to watch how the SST's change during the season and how they respond to each storm pass through.

http://www.nasa.gov/vision/earth/lookingatearth/2005_hurricane_season.html

not sure if this was the right place to post it, please move if needed mods.

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