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TUTT
      #74997 - Sun May 27 2007 03:31 AM

I am seeking some clarification on TUTTs and their formation. I know that the TUTT is a summer feature that is sustained differently from a mid-latitude trough. However, I have never come across a clear explanation of exactly how the TUTT forms and what is precisely the difference in sustaining mechanisms from a mid latitude trough. I have a general idea, but it is still a bit fuzzy. Can someone offer an explanation? Thanks.

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