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IGOR and JULIA: A Double Act in Atlantic

Posted by feww on September 14, 2010

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IGOR and JULIA Pinwheeling?

Hurricanes IGOR and JULIA Could Engage Pinwheeling, Causing Unprecedented  Destruction Along Their Path


(L-R) IGOR and JULIA Over Atlantic. GOES East RGB Satellite Image. Source NOAA. Click image to update.


Projected Path of Hurricane IGOR. Source: JTWC. 
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Most models predict IGOR would be heading north; however, if pinwheeling (Fujiwara Effect) occurs between the two systems, JULIA could force IGOR to move in a westerly  direction toward the Caribbeans or WNWesterly toward the U.S. coast, with a probability of occurrence of about 30%.

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