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Tropical Wave - Invest 92L
      #88667 - Tue Aug 03 2010 10:11 PM

Wave now designated as Invest 92L located near 13.5N 69.1W at 04/00Z moving west to west northwest at 20mph. At 03/12Z centerpoint was 12.8N 65.5W and at 03/00Z coordinates were 11.8N 62.0W (all NHC positions). Pressure at 1009MB.
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Re: Tropical Wave - Invest 92L [Re: Ed Dunham]
      #88718 - Fri Aug 06 2010 11:30 AM

Although dropped as an Invest area by NHC, 92L looks more organized today than it has in the past. At 06/15Z a weak low level circulation was detected by satellite at 16.7N 85.0W. The system is moving west to west northwest toward Belize at about 12 knots.

NRL has reinstated Invest 92L so perhaps NHC is intending to do the same at 06/18Z.
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