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Re: conjecture
      Tue Aug 01 2006 10:06 PM

An August "wedge"? I can understand a subsidence effect from being on the dry side of a cyclone to the south, but aren't record-setting, triple-digit temps predicted for the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, and wouldn't that air mass be drawn south into the Big Bend (Clark and myself) and the S.C. Midlands (Hank)? Please explain...

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* conjecture HanKFranK Tue Aug 01 2006 10:06 PM
. * * Re: conjecture ClarkModerator   Tue Aug 01 2006 09:56 PM
. * * Re: conjecture Marknole   Tue Aug 01 2006 10:06 PM
. * * Re: conjecture ClarkModerator   Tue Aug 01 2006 10:40 PM
. * * Re: conjecture HanKFranK   Wed Aug 02 2006 03:14 AM
. * * Re: conjecture ClarkModerator   Wed Aug 02 2006 09:57 AM

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