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Gabrielle and Bermuda
      Tue Sep 10 2013 09:22 AM

Gabrielle is back on the NHC map and storm warnings are up for the island of Bermuda. After Bermuda there is a strong chance she can make another landfall on Prince Edward Island in the Canadian Maritimes.

A strong, constant show of convection all day yesterday and last night was confirmed by an ASCAT pass and advisories were reissued.

Best she has looked in a long time. And, convection continues to blow up as she heads towards Bermuda.

Tracking two storms today and a third possibly forming in the GOM.

This makes the second storm this year that reformed. Dorian reformed earlier in a similar fashion.

An interesting season if not an intense one with reference to lack of hurricanes. Still tropics active.


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* Disturbance Gabrielle Still Active Ed DunhamAdministrator Tue Sep 10 2013 09:22 AM
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