Fri Jan 06 2006 02:03 PM
Re: Brazilian Blob

systems generally don't form that close to the equator. there isn't any record of a storm crossing the equator either. planetary scale atmospheric motions don't promote that sort of thing.
zeta has gone from being a sheared, weak convection storm yesterday to a sheared, no convection depression today. almost surprised that it wasn't dropped to remnant low after how quickly epsilon was dismissed. the january environment has finally whittled away the last of the 2005 storms.
HF 1903z06january

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