I read a post where a recon had gone out and found some winds, however, it may have been on Kate
A standard satellite is one produced by Noaa or NHC, nothing specialized
A cold wave is what we used to call cold fronts when I was growing up back in the dark ages. We called them that because in Florida, the cold air just waved bye bye after a few hours or days.
When I speak on the boards, I do it with the language of yesterday. But, my comments mean no harm. I may very well have thought that recon was seeing some upper level storm winds and surface storm winds based on another post I read, if so. and I am wrong, I misspoke. Thanks for listening.
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