DRYLINE STORM

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DRYLINE STORM

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Thunderstorm Forming On Dry Line

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A dry line, also called a dew point line, is the boundary between humid air from the Gulf of Mexico and dry air from the desert southwest. The dry desert air often insures that dry line storms have clear blue skies to the west resulting in brilliant illumination especially at sunset.