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Robert
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Tropical wave
      Sat Jul 09 2016 10:47 PM

There is a nice tropical wave moving through the lesser Antilles, seems to be moving just north of due west @10N
Has had good flare up across the atlantic this past week, seems to try and start but cant past the diurnal yet.
Also a nice spinner going in the itcz mid atlantic going since 7:45 utc 8 july yesterday at 4N.
As for the wave passing by Trinidad now, Nogaps enhances it and tracks it in the 500 just north of south america to honduras then belize.


Edited by Robert (Sat Jul 09 2016 11:14 PM)

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