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Re: General Hurricane Question
      Sun Oct 15 2017 12:19 PM

Yw. So very many other factors at work. For example, one of the more frequent (other) reasons the left semicircle comes in weaker is due to dry air entrainment ... (as seen with Nate) .. preventing the strong winds aloft from efficiently transporting down to the surface (perhaps except in some microbursts).

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