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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
      #96922 - Sun Sep 04 2016 12:08 AM

At 02/03Z Invest 92L was located near 14.2N 56.6W or about 225 miles to the east of Martinique in the Leeward Islands. The system is moving to the west to west northwest at a healthy clip of 22 knots and this motion, at a slowly decreasing forward speed, is likely for the next few days. Winds are 30 knots with higher gusts and the pressure is 1008MB. SSTs are 30C which would favor additional development, however the system will encounter some southwesterly windshear on Tuesday in the vicinity of Hispaniola that should hinder development. By mid-week conditions become more favorable for development if the system can remain south of the Greater Antilles.
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Re: Area of Interest - Invest 92L [Re: Ed Dunham]
      #96943 - Fri Sep 09 2016 01:02 PM

At 09/12Z Invest 92L was reactivated by NHC near 24.0N 79.4W in the Florida Straits to the south southeast of Florida. Winds were at 25 knots with a pressure of 1014MB. At 12Z movement was to the northwest at 7 knots, however since then the system has become just about stationary under a brisk upper level flow from the northwest. A small area of convection is displaced to the southeast of the center. SSTs are at 29C and the upper winds are expected to decrease only slightly over the weekend and become more westerly. Additional development, if any, will be slow to occur and future movement is a bit uncertain but probably just a slow drift to the west.
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