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Re: Invest 93L Lounge
      Mon Sep 07 2020 05:12 AM

Invest 93L has been confirmed by NHC to be a Tropical Cyclone, and advisories have begun on TD18, and the title will be updated accordingly.

As of 800 AM CVT Mon Sep 07 2020, EIGHTEEN was centered near 15.2N 20.3W with maximum sustained winds of 30 KTS. TD18 will likely get named soon, although it is unclear whether TD17 or TD18 will be named first.

Models are fairly aggressive on bringing TD18 up to hurricane force in just a few short days, but mostly keep it out to sea. However, this is early on, and although odds favor a recurvature well away from the states, it is not yet certain. Things can change with so much ocean and time yet available.

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