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      #95952 - Fri Sep 18 2015 11:10 AM

The large monsoonal low that has been traveling west-northwest from the far eastern Atlantic, Invest 95L, has developed a tight core circulation with associated deep convection, and as such, has become the tenth numbered cyclone of the 2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season.

As of its first Advisory, TEN was centered near 13N 36.7W, with maximum sustained winds of 30MPH and a minimum central pressure estimated to be 1009mb.

This is where to post thoughts on this TEN's potential for development, intensity, and forecast track. Longer range model output discussions are also appropriate here.

Title edited to reflect change to named status.

Edited by cieldumort (Sat Sep 19 2015 12:05 AM)

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Re: TS Ida Lounge [Re: cieldumort]
      #95962 - Mon Sep 21 2015 05:47 PM

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