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Nicholas A. Bond, Meghan F. Cronin, and Matthew Garvert

over the next 18 h as it continued toward the northeast, and then decreased to a minimum of 977 hPa on 23 October over the Bering Sea. Based on the classification scheme of Klein et al. (2000) , Tokage was slightly stronger than average at the end of its transition, but remained of approximately constant strength over the next 2 days. In contrast, most western North Pacific tropical cyclones that survive transition undergo reintensification. We have examined the regional tropospheric circulation

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