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Azores #96L fails to complete transition into a Sub-Tropical Storm. Elsewhere, weak low pressure in Caribbean may linger into next week.
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HURAKAN
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Tropical Cyclone Isang (Future 26S or 27S)
      Sun Apr 03 2005 11:45 AM



03/04/2005 12:00 70.20 15.10 2.5 TEMPETE tropicale moderée 995 35 kt, 64 km/h 49 kt, 91 km/h

FINALLY, AFTER A LONG, LONG, LONG STRUGGLE TO DEVELOP, ISANG FORMS AND COULD MENACE LA REUNION AND MAURITIUES.

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2005 ATLANTIC SEASON FINAL FORECAST:

12 TS, 7 H, 3 M.H.

"HAVE A SAFE HURRICANE SEASON"

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