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Subtropical Storm - Invest 91C - Now coming onshore NW Washington/BC -
      #74104 - Wed Nov 01 2006 09:17 PM


"91CINVEST.25kts-990mb-422N-1458W."

AWESOME, but time-senstive loop of 91C
(Loop was much more impressive on 11/1 and 11/2, but there is still a little hint as of 11/3)



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Re: Subtropical Storm - Invest 91C - Now coming onshore NW Washington/BC - [Re: cieldumort]
      #74139 - Thu Nov 09 2006 06:35 PM


(NASA's 'Earth Observatory' eZine article)

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Re: Subtropical Storm - Invest 91C - Now coming onshore NW Washington/BC - [Re: cieldumort]
      #74140 - Thu Nov 09 2006 07:27 PM

May be just me in a different basin but who is listing "91C" as an invest? I have tried all normal outlets ( FNMOC, NRL, JWTC) etc and have had no luck....

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Re: Subtropical Storm - Invest 91C - Now coming onshore NW Washington/BC - [Re: Storm Cooper]
      #74141 - Thu Nov 09 2006 07:42 PM

Here are the old images kept up by NRL. It was an amazing storm, and at it's peak structure was arguably far more tropical than subtropical, and had a warm core for much longer than what would be expected with a polar low, and through a much deeper layer than that of an example of warm seclusion. At one point, the Scat vectors were easily 50 knots uncontaminated, and up to 85 knots rain-flagged!

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