i just went to look at the visible imagery of chris and was a bit surprised at some of the brighter shades of white on the east and southeast side of the storm. i then went to the infrared to confirm what i thought i saw and noticed more storm activity then i expected at this time. i never count anything out until complete disipation and for one am anticipating a possible comeback from this storm. I wonder if these storms forming are going to get pushed off as well or if they might try to stick around. i figured we might see some of this activity maybe tomorrow but it seems to be attempting to rev itself up already. and if this does regenerate what a wild ride of forecasting this will have taken people on. again, despite all the technology and knowlege experts have with storms, we are a long way away from understanding them totally and may very well never have a good hold on the ultimate fate of storms in the future. and because of that it actually makes talking about them much more interesting hearing all of the theories and possibilities.
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