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June XT Low
      #74206 - Mon Dec 04 2006 09:37 AM

I am wondering if that extra-tropical low we had up the east coast in June will ever be reviewed for TD or TS status. I don't recall the winds, but the circulation was there, and so were the rains - 12 inches + here in DC.

Have a good season everybody, it was nice in a way not to have to check in here every day.


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Re: June XT Low [Re: AgnesOfHell]
      #74226 - Thu Dec 14 2006 01:29 PM

I don't believe the NHC is going to review that system, but their November/season wrap-up did state that they are going to review the feature that scooted up the eastern seaboard toward Nova Scotia in July for potential subtropical or tropical status. (See http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/archive/2006/tws/MIATWSAT_nov.shtml?.)

No word as of yet. Seven of the nine preliminary reports are available from the NHC's website with no mention of a 10th system thus far.

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