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On August 02 a large storm had built up on the US eastern seaboard. As it covered the Carolinas and reached the Atlantic coast an interesting thing happened. A sudden line of storms practically exploded along a thousand mile line east of it. Simultaneously the storm over land suddenly dissipated. Visually it was like a balloon had suddenly released its contents. It was like a crack in the atmosphere had opened up and the Storm spilled out into it, but not to flow in, because the whole thousand mile line of storm appeared at the same time. It was an immediate exchange of energy, impossible for the air to have moved so far and simultaneously. Is this something seen often an how is it explained?

seen on NOAA's GOES East, Northeast, band 9 and North Atlantic view.

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On 8/9/2020 at 12:14 AM, Ineffable53 said:

On August 02 a large storm had built up on the US eastern seaboard. As it covered the Carolinas and reached the Atlantic coast an interesting thing happened. A sudden line of storms practically exploded along a thousand mile line east of it. Simultaneously the storm over land suddenly dissipated. Visually it was like a balloon had suddenly released its contents. It was like a crack in the atmosphere had opened up and the Storm spilled out into it, but not to flow in, because the whole thousand mile line of storm appeared at the same time. It was an immediate exchange of energy, impossible for the air to have moved so far and simultaneously. Is this something seen often an how is it explained?

seen on NOAA's GOES East, Northeast, band 9 and North Atlantic view.

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