(Senior Storm Chaser)
Tue May 30 2006 01:23 AM
Re: Aletta

Hey, I stand corrected. Well, that is, I noticed there was a 2pm PDT discussion (my web page had not refreshed the numbers earlier, I think, because I only saw discussion #10). So, maybe even though public advisories are no longer being issued, discussions and other parts of the "advisory" package still have to be, the TWO is correct. I'll have to get the specifics on this, to satisfy my curiosity.

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Well maybe everyone knew this but me, since I am so new to this, and have not ever looked at the eastpac before. The forecast advisory pkg is issued for eastpac storms, but the public advisory statement part is not always issued, only when the storms are approaching land. It makes sense that the storms are usually moving the opposite direction, out to sea.

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