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MichaelA
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Closer to "home"
      #89608 - Mon Sep 20 2010 10:29 AM

I'm seeing two areas this AM that may or may not be significant, but considering the time of year, I don't think they should be ignored. The first is in the East Central Caribbean and the other is East of the Windward Islands. Neither is showing much more than concentrated convection at the moment, but with some models trying to show some development in the Caribbean later in the week, these two areas certainly bear watching.

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metwannabe
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Re: Closer to "home" [Re: MichaelA]
      #89611 - Tue Sep 21 2010 07:03 AM

And now the area near the Islands has a 10% chance on NHC and the 0z Euro develops this area.....significantly.

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