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Re: Western Caribbean-east of Belize
      Fri Sep 20 2013 02:32 PM

I think that this is actually not primarily a "wake" of 95L, so much as the disturbance is actually forming on the northernmost nose of an expansive ne-sw oriented monsoon trough, which has been drawn up and across Central America from the eastern Pacific, and is indeed in the lower levels. Agree that it bears watching .. with the caveat that so many waves this season were just made for mongering, and not much else.

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