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. . . Discussion Jason M   2546 0   Mon Aug 26 2002 09:13 PM
. . . Area of Interest - SW Atlantic Ed DunhamAdministrator   2839 0   Sat Aug 24 2002 03:46 PM
. . . Get Ready Jason M   2831 0   Thu Aug 22 2002 09:40 PM
. . . Tropical Weather Discussion Jason M   2835 0 **** Wed Aug 21 2002 09:18 PM
. . . Area of interest-Tropical wave emergin off of African Coast Kevin   3866 1   Sun Aug 18 2002 06:20 PM
. . . This wave has a chance to be a player down the road Cycloneye       Sun Aug 18 2002 08:26 PM
. . . Area of Interest - Cape Verde Ed DunhamAdministrator   3220 1   Sat Aug 17 2002 09:35 AM
. . . Best looking wave this season in that area Cycloneye       Sat Aug 17 2002 09:47 AM
. . . Wave at mid atlantic shows some spin Cycloneye   3136 0   Fri Aug 16 2002 10:40 AM
. . . Invest 91L Ed DunhamAdministrator   3266 1   Wed Aug 14 2002 10:35 PM
. . . Re: Invest 91L LoisCane       Thu Aug 15 2002 04:04 AM
. . . New on this board and ready to discuss tropical weather Cycloneye   6575 9   Sat Aug 10 2002 02:21 PM
. . . Explain to me how this works... and look at ATLANTIC AnonymousUser       Mon Aug 12 2002 03:21 PM
. . . Re: Explain to me how this works... and look at ATLANTIC John CUser       Mon Aug 12 2002 11:22 PM
. . . Re: Explain to me how this works... and look at ATLANTIC Hurric       Mon Aug 12 2002 04:44 PM
. . . Re: Explain to me how this works... and look at ATLANTIC LoisCane       Mon Aug 12 2002 06:48 PM
. . . Re: Explain to me how this works... and look at ATLANTIC AnonymousUser       Mon Aug 12 2002 06:54 PM
. . . Re: Explain to me how this works... and look at ATLANTIC AnonymousUser       Mon Aug 12 2002 06:56 PM
. . . Re: New on this board and ready to discuss tropical weather Kevin       Sat Aug 10 2002 03:14 PM
. . . I agree that wave with low has a chance to develop Cycloneye       Sat Aug 10 2002 03:42 PM
. . . Hey Eye... Steve       Mon Aug 12 2002 12:29 PM
. . . Interesting San Juan, PR AFD Kevin   3520 0   Mon Aug 12 2002 07:09 PM
. . . 3rd Area - Invest 90L Ed DunhamAdministrator   3489 1   Sun Aug 11 2002 10:30 PM
. . . Re: 3rd Area - Invest 90L LoisCane       Mon Aug 12 2002 01:37 AM
. . . 2nd Area of Interest - Florida Ed DunhamAdministrator   2703 0   Sun Aug 11 2002 10:16 PM
. . . Area of Interest - Central Atlantic Ed DunhamAdministrator   2521 0   Sun Aug 11 2002 09:39 PM
. . . Area of Concern - Africa Ed DunhamAdministrator   3957 2   Fri Aug 09 2002 11:23 PM
. . . Re: Area of Concern - Africa Kevin       Sat Aug 10 2002 10:05 AM
. . . Re: Area of Concern - Africa Ed DunhamAdministrator       Sun Aug 11 2002 09:30 AM
. . . NEW DAY IN THE TROPICS Anonymous   2431 0   Fri Aug 09 2002 11:29 AM
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