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JoshuaK
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Loc: Central Florida
Big Bend Low Pressure area
      Tue Sep 08 2015 12:43 PM

The Low Pressure area that just made landfall in the Big Bend area of Florida seems really well defined on visible and radar imagery. Is there any chance that it'll be upgraded to a Trop/SubTrop System in the Post-Season Analysis?

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