Michael J. Folmer

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Every hurricane season, roughly 50-60 tropical low-pressure disturbances exit the West Africa coast and traverse westward across the Atlantic. Approximately one-fifth of these disturbances become tropical depressions, tropical storms, or hurricanes. One of the most difficult challenges facing tropical forecasters is how to differentiate which tropical(More)
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