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Re: Invest 92L Lounge
      Mon Oct 16 2017 10:57 AM

Invest 92L is looking a little better today, with deep convection having blown up quite a lot overnight, but the system still appears to lack a well-defined center. Time is running out for 92L to become a tropical cyclone before it likely merges with a frontal system midweek. Odds of development within the next 48 hours are about a coin toss.

Regardless of development, associated heavy showers are likely to continue today over portions of the Greater Antilles and Northern Leeward Islands, and storm conditions might impact Bermuda by Wednesday night.

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