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Re: 98L Lounge
      Fri Nov 13 2020 04:49 PM

Friday November 13, 2020 Invest 98L became a Tropical Cyclone, the incredible 31st of the hyperactive 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season. At the 4PM EST update, THIRTY-ONE was upgraded to Tropical Storm Iota, the record-setting 30th Named Storm of the year, and the title has been updated accordingly.

Tropical Storm Iota appears to have a 6-in-10 chance of Rapid Intensification over the next few days, and is now explicitly forecast to become a Major Hurricane in the western Caribbean. It is worth noting that several model runs support the potential to become a high-end Major.

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