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The expanding donutPosted Thursday, July 28, 2011, at 6:24 AM
An expanding blue donut is my best description of a weather pattern I saw on the local radar map this morning and I am curious if any of you weather folks could tell me what was happening.
Halfway between Florence, AL and Huntsville a blue circle with a hole in it started out about lifesaver size and expanded symmetrically out as the time lapse progressed.
It did not seem to have any yellow or red in it, so I presume it was not a storm but what was it and how did it form? Any ideas?
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