Well looks like the system in the eastern Pacific is getting much better organised now, with deep convection and some banding features. Wouldnt be surprised to see this classified possibly later today. This mornings TRMM pass showed winds of 25 to 30 knots with this system. The NHC also continues running models on this system, which now bring it to near Tropical Storm intensity within 36 hours, and continue to take it across central America to just south of western Cuba.
WHXX01 KMIA 171245
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.....THE FOLLOWING IS A TEST MESSAGE.....
NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER EAST PACIFIC OBJECTIVE AIDS FOR
TROPICAL DEPRESSION INVEST (EP902005) ON 20050517 1200 UTC
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