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Old Sep 11th 2017, 08:39 AM   #1
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Hurricane "Static Pressure" and Surge"...

Hi... Two comments about storms...

Part of storm surge is "hydrostatic."
Wilma's Surge | THERMO Spoken Here!

Static (as for example, static pressure at places in a hurricane)
does not nesessarily mean "not moving."
Hurricane Wilma | THERMO Spoken Here!

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