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TD11 Forms in the middle of the Atlantic, but will likely weaken in 4/5 days when it encounters a lot of w/sw shear.
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Wind: 40MPH
Pres: 1006mb
Wnw at 17 mph
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99L over the cape verde islands
      #79054 - Fri Sep 28 2007 09:02 AM

I don't when it was tagged, but here it is invest 99L

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Re: 99L over the cape verde islands [Re: punkyg]
      #79057 - Fri Sep 28 2007 10:28 AM

Here's a nice shot of the blow-up over the cape verdes this morning.,a=1,sa=9,pr=RGB,f=1,c=AIR,se=4,n=24,d=1,v=400,pp=0,t=200709280600#controls

Sure looks like tropical outflow to me.

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