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Wave Watch
      Mon Aug 05 2013 05:18 PM

A tropical wave near 12.5N 53W at 05/21Z is showing some signs of better organization as it moves westward toward the Caribbean Lesser Antilles.

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* Wave Watch Ed DunhamAdministrator Mon Aug 05 2013 05:18 PM
. * * Re: Wave Watch doug   Fri Aug 09 2013 12:33 PM
. * * Re: Wave Watch ftlaudbob   Tue Aug 06 2013 02:28 PM
. * * Re: Wave Watch Ed DunhamAdministrator   Tue Aug 06 2013 03:05 PM
. * * Re: Wave Watch doug   Wed Aug 07 2013 11:36 AM
. * * Re: Wave Watch ftlaudbob   Tue Aug 06 2013 03:43 PM

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