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Tropical Depression Seven and More Waves
      #93188 - Thu Aug 09 2012 11:26 PM

Ernesto is weakening rapidly over Mexico and may venture into the Eastern Pacific basin, where it has a small chance to regenerate there.

Tropical Depression 7 has formed in the Atlantic, and is forecast to become and then remain a tropical storm and move rapidly westward over the next few days. Those in the Leewards will want to watch it.

Another wave in the far east Atlantic has a 30% chance for development over the next 3 days (i93l)

The remnants of Florence remain to the northeast of the Caribbean, it has a 10% chance for redevelopment, and should be watched since it will likely cross into the Bahamas later.

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Re: Tropical Depression Seven and More Waves [Re: MikeC]
      #93195 - Sat Aug 11 2012 12:05 AM

It's a pretty good small chance...I've got bets the models have been right all along and we'll see Ernesto with a new name.


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