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originally posted by: Nyiah
You talking about the low pressure center top row, 3rd block in from the right?
That was over the Hudson Bay region a few days ago, MI got a nice line of fast moving thunderstorms from the tail end of it when it moved east.
Edit: Whoops, my sense of continental scale is way off, that one that came through here went much, much further north. Had to check the stitched Atlantic map to be sure, but the one you're talking about is just a mid-Atlantic low. Not nearly organized enough to be an extratropical storm. It's like the difference between a low pressure system moving through the Midwest, and a Derecho moving through the Midwest.