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35N73W and 13N20W
      #81166 - Wed Aug 06 2008 11:55 AM

Two areas of interest this morning, in addition to 24N74W which is already mentioned in another thread. 35N73W sees a persistant area of convection with what may be an area of rotation off of the Carolina coastline. The area of disturbed weather I think was in associated originally with either a frontal boundary or a larger storm system moving to the NE but now appears to have a mind of it's own.

13N20W sees a powerful looking Tropical Wave that has both impressive convection and a definitive circulation. It already has that Tropical Depression look about it, and if convection persists then I'm tagging this baby as our next named storm.

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