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James88
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Invest 91W
      #35918 - Mon May 30 2005 04:06 AM

Well, after a long break from any activity in the W. Pacific, it looks as though a system is forming. A Tropical Cyclone Formation Alert has been issued for 91W, and it sure does look well organised.

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James88
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Tropical Storm Nesat [Re: James88]
      #35981 - Wed Jun 01 2005 05:31 AM

Well, it has since grown into Tropical Storm Nesat, and it is expected to become a major typhoon over the next few days. What is more, it is the only active system around, so it's something interesting to watch.

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