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A storm forms over the central part of the u.s. What direction will the storm move?

A towards the north

B towards the south

C towards the west

D towards the east

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With the Westerlies, the storm will most probably move east.

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a

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D,east

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North

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towards the West

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towards the West

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Towards the East. Wind blows west to east in the US
D.

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