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Re: New SW Gulf Disturbance
      Wed Sep 16 2020 07:48 PM

ok 90L is interesting to me in the wake of sally, some models like the GFS keep it a sloppy mess, but Icon and the parallel GFS are pretty eye opening. Sally likely caught a lot of folks off guard, and this one is likely to do so also if it develops.

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. * * Re: 90L Lounge cieldumortModerator   Thu Sep 17 2020 03:42 PM
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. * * Re: New SW Gulf Disturbance Psyber   Wed Sep 16 2020 09:04 PM

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