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Depression-Like System now bringing banding and training Heavy rains and Tstorms to parts of Tx. May drench the region for several days.
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Re: Rain For Florida and Early Development Possible
      Mon May 21 2018 06:24 PM

Gulf system now being tracked as 90L

{{StormLinks|90L|90|1|2018|90|90L}}

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