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      Tue Oct 24 2017 01:17 PM

A tropical wave merger with a developing area of low pressure very near and over central America has been tagged as a new Invest, 93L.

This feature has NHC designated development odds of 50% over the course of the next 5 days, and movement is expected to place Cuba, the Bahamas and possibly Florida in its sights, whatever comes of it, later in the period.

Edited by cieldumort (Sun Oct 29 2017 09:01 PM)

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