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Developing System
      #88567 - Sun Aug 01 2010 12:19 AM

A tropical system is slowly developing in the eastern Atlantic barely north of the ITCZ. Best guess at initial position at 01/03Z is 8.8N 35.9W - although it should be noted that a few other swirls can also be detected within the large convective envelope. System appears to be moving to the west northwest at 12 knots.

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Re: Developing System [Re: Ed Dunham]
      #88570 - Sun Aug 01 2010 04:27 AM

NRL now has it designated as Invest 91L

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