Tue Aug 23 2005 06:22 AM
X10 97L

Rich, 97L is looking slightly ominous this morning. The size of the system as a whole is very unusual. Even on Infrared loops it appear to cover over 1000 nm.

X10 looks to have kept most of the Turks and Caicos residents awake for the last few hours with consistant lightning and thunder. Area of dry air to the NW of the vortice center. Hasn't managed to choke off the system ...yet.

Looks like Rabbit might have to get out his magic bag to kill this one!

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