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Re: GFS suggesting spin up in western Caribbean in October
      Mon Sep 27 2021 10:22 AM

Further northeast, faster and weaker:

Starting around the 6th, Florida's east coast could be in for a week of strong onshore flow given the increasing gradient between a high pressure ridge centered over the mid-Atlantic states and low pressure in the Bahamas. Coastal erosion/flooding around the time of high tides may be a good possibility due to the lengthy easterly fetch combined with a period of King tides Oct 4-13.

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* 92L Lounge IsoFlame Mon Sep 27 2021 10:22 AM
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