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Front and LLC Collision Course
      #79233 - Fri Oct 19 2007 04:45 PM

Anybody watching the surface circulation that finally developed under the remains of the ULL that just traversed the Carribbean... around 25/84... speeding North toward the front that ripped through the panhandle yesterday???
Any guesses what to expect in SW Florida after they collide???

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Re: Front and LLC Collision Course [Re: srquirrely]
      #79235 - Fri Oct 19 2007 07:06 PM

Optical illusion. No surface circulation (reflection) of any significance exists under or near the ULL. Low clouds and surface winds are still blowing out of the southeast/south. ULL might enhance shower/storm activity along the front.

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