(Weather Guru)
Fri Jan 06 2006 12:35 PM
Brazilian Blob

That is an interesting "Blob" drifting to the Northwest off the coast of Brazil. Looks like the center is about 2 degrees north of the Equator. I've been observing that area since yesterday morning and it appears to have continued and moved about that five degree mark since then.
Would anyone know the history of a system moving from the South Atlantic into the North Atlantic and developing in January?
Wow, there's a question!


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