Quote: Not to divert any attention (and well-deserved attention indeed) from Felix, but what do you guys think about the low level area of circulation just off the Georgia Coast?
From NOAA 11pm:
AN AREA OF CLOUDINESS AND SHOWERS JUST TO THE EAST OF THE GEORGIA COAST IS ASSOCIATED WITH A DECAYING FRONTAL ZONE. THIS SYSTEM HAS SOME POTENTIAL FOR TROPICAL DEVELOPMENT OVER THE NEXT DAY OR TWO AS IT DRIFTS GENERALLY EASTWARD.
Please check the 2007 Storm Forum, as well as the embedded text that front pages this thread. There has been some material developed surrounding this subject matter.
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