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GuppieGrouper
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Question on Current Bonnie Storm
      Tue Aug 10 2004 05:38 AM

With a 10 mile eye and concurrent small inflow/outflow, would this effect the storm's response to surrounding air mass such as being more easily steered or less easily steered. I am thinking of the cross currents that GOM is well known to have in the upper atmosphere. Just curious.

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