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Re: Area of Interest - TD FOUR
      Wed Jul 05 2017 11:41 PM

At 06/03Z NHC declared Invest 94L had met the threshold to be classified a Tropical Cyclone, and advisories have begun on TD FOUR. Initial advisory location as of 06/03 was 12.8N 38.4W. Maximum sustained winds had increased tonight and were estimated at 30 MPH, with its minimum central pressure down to 1009mb.

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