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Re: Subtropical Storm "Stephanie"
      Thu Sep 15 2016 02:26 PM

Subtropical Storm Stephanie has been moved to "Other Storm Basins" after I was able to determine that RSMC La Reunion is taking responsibility for tracking this storm, which appears to be very tropical in the image provided below.



Google translation: Satellite Image METEOSAT10 on 15/09/2016 at 12:30 UTC : this is a particularly remarkable phenomenon that is taking place in the Bay of Biscay . Depression that wraps it has subtropical characteristics, namely a warm heart dominated by cold air at high altitudes . This causes a convective activity locally and stormy near the center of the depression, which is typical of tropical or subtropical process. Other convective clouds are present over a wide band from Britain to the Balkans.

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