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doug
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development in Southern Carribean in about five days
      #94025 - Fri Oct 19 2012 02:15 PM

Most of the recent model runs have some development in and coming out of the Carribean in the next five days or so. Two of the more reliable models keep it weak and take it into the Atlantic over eastern Cuba. NHC has circled the most likely area today and given it 10% in the next two days...

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Re: development in Southern Carribean in about five days [Re: doug]
      #94028 - Sat Oct 20 2012 03:44 PM

I think that might happen sooner than 5 days. NHC now has it at 60% and pressures are really starting to fall in the area

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