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Off Season Wave East of the Caribbean
      Mon Dec 20 2010 07:51 PM

A rare off season wave is now being watched for possible development east of the Caribbean. There is about a 30% chance for development.

This system is very small, but has a small shot Tuesday to develop.

Odds are against anything happening, but we'll be watching all the same. If it does develop chances are it will be short lived.

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