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oli thomas
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Tropical wave
      #97602 - Sat Apr 01 2017 02:36 AM

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Re: Tropical wave [Re: oli thomas]
      #99856 - Wed Dec 05 2018 01:58 AM

Atlantic basin busy with 4 named storms, 2 tropical systems; 1 wave could become a depression, Hurricane Florence isn't the only tropical system in the Atlantic basin. There are four named storms and two tropical waves being monitored by the NHC.

Conditions are good for the tropical wave in the Gulf of Mexico to develop into a tropical depression but the system only has about a day before it's expected to reach the coast.

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