My name is George Abagis, about to start school online but I have a huge compilation of research and thoughts I would like to share.
By: George1938 , 5:04 PM GMT on August 25, 2014
These are some notes I took around twelve the part of the Fujiwhara Effect (a comparison) is on a micro scale and slightly different and I am very uncertain on that.
-TILT TO NORTHWEST IN OVAL SHAPE
-CONSOLIDATION STARTING WITH A PULL OF CONVECTION FROM THE SOUTH STARTING UP THE EASTERN SIDE(intensification of 5-10mph likely within 5-10hrs)
-SHOULD START MOVEMENT NORTH BY NORTHWEST WITHIN 3HRS LASTING 3-9HRS AFTER
-THE FRONT TO THE NORTH IS NOW STATIONARY, WITH A FLOW TO THE NORTH OF THE SYSTEM GOING SOUTHWEST IN COMBINATION WITH THE STATIONARY FRONT'S WARM PUSH THAT TRAJECTORY SHOULD OCCUR SOON.
-ALSO THIS I AM VERY UNCERTAIN OF BUT, THERE MAY BE THREE SUB LOW-PRESSURE ZONES AROUND THE SYSTEM THOUGH NOT A FULL CASE OF THE FUJIWARA EFFECT WHICH ON A LARGER SCALE WOULD BRING THE SYSTEM NORTHWEST OR NORTH BY NORTHWEST CIRCULATING THEM ALL COUNTERCLOCKWISE IN SUPPORT OF THE PROJECTED MOVEMENT.
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