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Area of Interest - Invest 95L
      Sun Oct 16 2011 02:44 PM

Invest 95L is an active convective area with an elongated (NE-SW) center located just east southeast of Cozumel at 16/18Z and moving slowly to the northwest. The system is in an area of light windshear and SSTs close to 29C. Stronger shear over the Florida peninsula should slowly lift to the north on Monday. Land interaction will limit any additional development today and tonight, however as the system moves into the Gulf, conditions would favor some additional slow development on Monday into Tuesday with eventual movement toward the Florida peninsula.

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