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Azores #96L fails to complete transition into a Sub-Tropical Storm. Elsewhere, weak low pressure in Caribbean may linger into next week.
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Area of Interest - Invest 92L Off Florida East Coast
      #95298 - Wed Sep 10 2014 05:31 PM

The activity at the base of a trough east of Florida has become better organized today and has been designated as Invest 92L. Although chances for development are currently low, they could increase on Thursday since a low-level swirl can now be detected on satellite imagery. At 10/18Z, Invest 92L was located just east of the northern Bahama islands at 26.6N 75.6W with winds of 20 knots and a rather high pressure of 1014MB. Movement has been to the northwest at 6 knots although a more west northwesterly motion is likely for the next few days. The system will experience some northerly windshear which should decrease somewhat over the next couple of days. SSTs are at 30C. The system is small but it has developing convection to the north of the center. The BAMM and BAMS early model runs bring the system ashore on Friday afternoon near Jupiter as a minimal Tropical Storm.
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