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Old 08-28-2014, 10:03 AM
 
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Hurricanes create the likelihood of more High Pressure sunny blissful areas on the map by sucking in cloud moisture into the low pressure epicenter of the storm.

This means any annoying weather formations that are not affiliated with the hurricane are weakened by the gravity of the space the hurricane is filling.

Eerily, very sunny high pressure zones feed bad weather on the other side from the one with a hurricane that can also be mistakened by some as the remnants of the hurricane

But
A hurricane stalled at sea, affecting nobody is the greatest thing for a continental mass population to want to see. It cuts off the entire ocean's moisture from
Being used against you and whatever frontal boundary from the Great Lakes may be left is not particularly large. When both the pacific and Atlantic have stalled hurricanes on each side, that's great US weather coast to coast with the tiniest sprinkle smack in the Great Plains
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