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Robert
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Re: Area Around the Bahamas
      Thu Aug 22 2019 09:41 PM Attachment (627 downloads)

Looking better again this afternoon, seems to be the norm every day, looking for the convection to last through sun up, noticed the thunderstorms yesterday near Jacksonville were east shearing blowing tops west, and west shear blowing tops east over the system, and this morning they started east shear blowing west in the direction of travel.

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