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Re: Low Forming Off Florida East Coast
      Mon Aug 09 2010 04:48 PM


does anybody really believe 94L has any chance of developing in to anything worth talking about.

Maybe it does, but probably not.

If I didn't know better, Florida radar is currently displaying a circular center between Orlando and Sebring moving west with two bands rotating around the center. It appears as if were a TD, but sometimes things are not what they appear to be as this picture implies (the loop display is even more convincing):

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* Low Forming Off Florida East Coast orlandoweather Mon Aug 09 2010 04:48 PM
. * * Re: Low Forming Off Florida East Coast Jasonch   Mon Aug 09 2010 09:10 AM
. * * Re: Low Forming Off Florida East Coast bob3d   Mon Aug 09 2010 04:48 PM
. * * Re: Low Forming Off Florida East Coast Prospero   Mon Aug 09 2010 04:38 PM

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