From the 7 PM EST TWD. "MID/UPPER RIDGING COVERS THE CENTRAL ATLC... AND IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL THE FAIR WEATHER. LIGHT OR WLY SURFACE WINDS COVER A GOOD PORTION OF THE TROPICAL ATLC BETWEEN 30W-60W... WHICH IS FAIRLY RARE."
Fairly rare to have light or westerly winds in the Atlantic from 30W-60W? What will that do to Dr Gray's December forecast parameters? That should infer that pressures in that area are higher thatn normal...right?
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