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Ernesto Strengthens, Targets Gulf
      #71055 - Sat Aug 26 2006 04:16 PM

does anyone have a link that shows satellite loops over a several day period?

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Re: Ernesto Strengthens, Targets Gulf [Re: Cat 5orBust]
      #71078 - Sat Aug 26 2006 05:58 PM

Try the UWisconsin satellite loops at http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/tropic/. May not be exactly what you want, but probably close.

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