Thanks for the link on gravity waves, Channel 2 out of Orlando commented on this feature as well last night. I was just watching the Goes E Visible Floater Loop and slowed it way down and noticed what I believe to be a slight N jog (you have taught me not to jump to soon but watch for trends so I am going to do that with this observation) RSO - RAMSDIS . Does anyone else see this. Thanks for this site as a newbie I have found it totally fascinating. I understand alot about Tornados and Thunderstorms from being a former weather spotter in Ohio but Hurricanes are a new weather phenom for me to learn about and many of you are GREAT TEACHERS....Thank you so much. Bruce
Port Orange, FL
Thanks to all who work so hard to teach those of us without the knowledge but the thirst to know.
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