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Trough Split
10-21-2004, 03:49 PM
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Trough Split
The american models seem to have quite a strong system developing in the upcoming days. A strong ridge will be present in the mid-west and when the trof tries to break through, it will create a reverse eddy. The ridge will then mingle it's way south and east and the trof will try and phase back to one, as the ridge gets farther south and east I'm thinking it will create a very strong warm advection zone and if the postion of these upper level features is right the east might be in for a beating. Maybe the American models are wrong this time, but I sticking with them, not changing my mind. Das all fo now.
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