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Re: Tropical Depression 18 Moving Quickly near Fl/Bahamas Tonight
      Sat Oct 28 2017 01:37 PM

Atmosphere is ripe for Tornadoes in south Florida, so you may see a few tornado warnings pop up. Tropical Storm watch is a good idea, there is a good amount of weather on the north side with this system, although the strongest winds seem to be on the northeast side.

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