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Karl - Forecast Lounge
      Tue Sep 14 2010 05:00 PM

Tropical Storm Karl has formed in the western Caribbean Sea and should make landfall on the Yucatan peninsula, perhaps near Costa Maya, shortly before Noon on Wednesday as a strong tropical storm. This is the place for your thoughts on the longer term forecasts for this system. Will it survive the trip across the Yucatan and, if it does, what are its prospects in the Bay of Campeche?

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