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Wave train heating up?
      #75948 - Sun Jul 29 2007 07:23 PM

Just noticed that there are two good areas of low pressures fixing to come off the African coast in the next few days. These areas look to be the first set of storms to come off the coast above 15n... (looks like they will exit more near the cape verde islands) and they are rather large area of storms... and if i remember correctly, these are coming from more of the dessert areas... which may help calm down the dust thats getting blow out into the Atlantic. (wet the SOIl some?)

Just in time for the somewhat of a northern hemisphere wx pattern change? **over N.Amer.**

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Edited by danielw (Sun Aug 05 2007 10:27 PM)

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Re: Wave train heating up? [Re: Storm Hunter]
      #76064 - Fri Aug 03 2007 12:03 PM

Dr. william Gray has lowered his forecast for 2007 to 15 named storms; down from 17 he had forcasted back in May.

Still, all it takes is one to make life a real pain for some.

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