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Steve H1
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Re: Maria, Lee and What May Be
      Thu Sep 28 2017 03:36 PM

Now invest 99L. I think it should make it to TS before shear sets in, and models are still vague. I fear that at some point something of significance will come out of the western Caribbean before all is said and done this season. Hope I am wrong, but nothing definitive showing up on the models yet.

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