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Offline Mike

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Re: Conditions Resulting in Thunderstorms
« Reply #45 on: 10 August 2009, 08:04:40 AM »
Thanks for taking the time to explain occlusion, JD.  It's something I've neglected in my own chasing experiences - when it occurs for my purposes - and really no-one has explained it to me in other avenues as well as you have.  One always hears of storms occluding or an occluding front so it gives a better insight into how the dynamics work.  Kudos to you.
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Re: Conditions Resulting in Thunderstorms
« Reply #46 on: 01 November 2009, 09:24:53 PM »
Hi, John.  I'm def interested in the tree as per thunderstorm development....what can you offer by way of info?
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Re: Conditions Resulting in Thunderstorms
« Reply #47 on: 03 November 2009, 03:05:17 AM »
John,

Is this the thunderstorm forecasting decision tree by John Colquhoun?

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