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n.1.A flowing off on all sides; fluidity.
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However, upper level diffluence and warm sea surface temperatures near 29 degrees are conducive for development," JTWC said.
A strengthening shortwave trough approaching from Missouri contributed to increasing wind fields and upper level diffluence in the near-storm environment.
Cette histoire des confluences met egalement au jour les diffluences engendrees au long du parcours et les malentendus qui se multiplient.