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Last week in June with a couple of waves we are watching. Nothing imminent.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 300 (Idalia) , Major: 300 (Idalia) Florida - Any: 300 (Idalia) Major: 300 (Idalia)
 


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AdvAutoBob
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      #80590 - Wed Jul 16 2008 09:01 AM

Looks like the typical summertime thunderstorms here in Cape Coral.... nothing to get worked up over to be sure

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Re: Tropical Storm Cristobal Soon to Come? [Re: AdvAutoBob]
      #80604 - Wed Jul 16 2008 06:59 PM

Rich- Busy Day is right! Granted, that we are not looking at 3 Cat. 2 Hurricanes, I don't remember that many "dusty" July days where at least from this armchair, am viewing a forming Tropical Storm in the E. Pac, a possible forming depresssion in the W. Carib., a potential candidate for depression coming into the E. Carib., one frontal low over the E. Gulf, a dieing Tropical Storm near Bermuda......., oh yeah......, and a new vigerous new tropical wave near the Cape Verde Islands. This is July, right????

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Re: Focus on Low off Georgia Coast and Central Caribbean [Re: AdvAutoBob]
      #80655 - Fri Jul 18 2008 03:00 PM

wow Umm not sure if this is the right spot for this but, its unbearably hott here in south east florida with no flow to speak of and 90% humidity. there was inmpressive line of thunder storms that blew up with that line that headed for the center of circualtion off georgia yesterday evening, it was very tall and narrow like the width of my house but miles long and probaly 20k tall it then continued the rest of the night with a impressive light show.

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