since they sent it straight to tropical storm... i can assure y'all that it will be post-analyzed as a subtropical storm back to the weekend at least.. possibly to friday the 26th. be interesting if they bother to post-analyze any of the october hybrids as having been subtropical systems.. or possibly the may haiti system or the flash-in-the-pan system off the east coast a few days prior to alex. then of course there was that september system that crowded lisa, but it has already been dubbed a 'strong easterly wave' in the post-analysis of lisa (ignoring the fact that it spent much time at d2.0). then again, they could just call it a day and wait for 2005's season to come around. HF 2155z30november
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