94L is probably the area way out in the Atlantic mentioned in the latest TWO. Here is what the TWO had to say about 93L and the presumed 94L:
AN AREA OF DISTURBED WEATHER HAS DEVELOPED OVER AND EAST OF THE YUCATAN PENINSULA THIS MORNING. THIS SYSTEM IS NOT WELL ORGANIZED AT THIS TIME...BUT SURFACE PRESSURES ARE LOW IN THE AREA. UPPER- LEVEL WINDS COULD BECOME FAVORABLE FOR DEVELOPMENT OVER THE NEXT DAY OR SO AS THE SYSTEM MOVES NORTH-NORTHEASTWARD.
SHOWER ACTIVITY HAS INCREASED WITH A LARGE TROPICAL WAVE LOCATED ABOUT 1700 MILES EAST OF THE SOUTHERN WINDWARD ISLANDS. DEVELOPMENT OF THIS SYSTEM...IF ANY...IS EXPECTED TO BE SLOW TO OCCUR.
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