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Azores #96L fails to complete transition into a Sub-Tropical Storm. Elsewhere, weak low pressure in Caribbean may linger into next week.
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Lysis
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Re: Area of Interest - Invest 94L
      Mon Nov 14 2005 06:02 PM

On November 30/December 1, 1925, a minimal hurricane struck between here and Tampa… so we are still climatologically ‘in the season’, so to speak. As for Gamma… If the peninsula is spared the somewhat remote liberty of a direct hit, I imagine at least something may connect with this '3rd' shortwave player everyone is talking about. Fun fun fun.

I would be really interested in a hybrid kinda’ storm in the Gulf. Just to see it, you know? These late season storms are infinitely fascinating to me, as I really don’t understand them.


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Edited by Lysis (Mon Nov 14 2005 06:03 PM)

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* Area of Interest - Invest 94L Ed DunhamAdministrator Mon Nov 14 2005 06:02 PM
. * * Re: Area of Interest - Invest 94L SkeetoBiteAdministrator   Sun Nov 13 2005 10:20 PM
. * * Re: Area of Interest - Invest 94L Lysis   Mon Nov 14 2005 06:02 PM
. * * special tropical statement LoisCane   Sun Nov 13 2005 08:23 PM

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