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Azores #96L fails to complete transition into a Sub-Tropical Storm. Elsewhere, weak low pressure in Caribbean may linger into next week.
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Area of Interest - Tropical Storm Ana
      #86100 - Sat Aug 15 2009 07:49 PM

Ana located at approximately 14.6N 50.6W at 15/23Z or about 725 miles east southeast of the northern Leeward Islands. In the past couple of hours the forward motion has slowed a bit from 15 knots to about 12 or 13 knots - just enough to allow the convection displaced to the east of the circulation center to catch up to the eastern edge of the center. If this trend continues, Ana should take more of a west northwest forward motion. Since windshear is otherwise quite light along the track for the next few days, additional slow intensification is likely which would adjust the forecast track guidance back to the right again. Probably a close call just to the north of Puerto Rico on a track into the Turks and Caicos Islands and near the southern Bahamas. Still too early to say whether Ana will pass south of Florida, across Florida, or east of the peninsula but any impact from the storm would likely be at least 5 days away (if it holds together). Ana is still a fragile small system with minimal TS intensity.
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Ed DunhamAdministrator
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Re: Area of Interest - Tropical Storm Ana [Re: Ed Dunham]
      #86320 - Mon Aug 17 2009 09:32 AM

When Ana passed 70 miles south of St. Croix, at 1209Z the airport recorded a gust out of the southeast at 44mph.
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