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#Ernesto expected to be Post-Trop by tonight. #99L falling apart as it enters "the graveyard" of E Caribbean. Watching #Lane in E Pac.
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Loc: Austin, Tx 30.40N 97.80W
Area of Interest - Leslie
      #93869 - Tue Aug 28 2012 09:28 PM

A broad area of low pressure associated with a tropical wave is located about 400 miles west-southwest of the Cape Verde Islands. This feature is a little better organized today, and has been Invest tagged: 98L.

Invest 98L is forecast to be in gradually improving environment for further organization, and NHC gives it a 30% chance of becoming a tropical depression within 48 hours.

Movement is currently to the west at about 15 MPH.

(Title changed to reflect upgraded system.)

Edited by Ed Dunham (Fri Aug 31 2012 12:35 AM)

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