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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.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 48 (Nate) , Major: 65 (Maria) Florida - Any: 75 (Irma) Major: 75 (Irma)
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Position History For Tropical Storm Alex (2016)

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Adv#DateLatLongWindPresMovementTypeNameReceivedForecaster
101/13 5:00 PM27.1N30.8W50MPH990mbNe at 14 MPH (55 deg)subTSAlex01/13 3:34 PMPasch
201/13 11:00 PM28.7N30.0W60MPH988mbNe at 17 MPH (35 deg)subTSAlex01/13 9:47 PMBeven
301/14 5:00 AM30.1N29.3W70MPH984mbNne at 18 MPH (20 deg)subTSAlex01/14 3:47 AMStewart
401/14 11:00 AM31.5N28.4W85MPH981mbNne at 20 MPH (20 deg)H1Alex01/14 9:35 AMPasch
4A01/14 2:00 PM32.6N28.0W85MPH981mbNne at 20 MPH (20 deg)H1Alex01/14 2:53 PMPasch
501/14 5:00 PM33.6N27.8W85MPH981mbNne at 23 MPH (15 deg)H1Alex01/14 3:37 PMPasch
5A01/14 8:00 PM33.9N27.8W85MPH981mbN at 22 MPH (5 deg)H1Alex01/14 6:46 PMBeven
601/14 11:00 PM34.7N27.6W80MPH984mbN at 22 MPH (10 deg)H1Alex01/14 9:43 PMBeven
6A01/15 2:00 AM35.5N27.3W80MPH984mbN at 22 MPH (10 deg)H1Alex01/15 12:59 AMStewart
701/15 5:00 AM36.8N27.0W75MPH986mbN at 23 MPH (5 deg)H1Alex01/15 3:37 AMStewart
7A01/15 8:00 AM38.0N26.9W75MPH986mbN at 24 MPH (5 deg)H1Alex01/15 6:40 AMBrennan
801/15 11:00 AM39.3N27.0W70MPH986mbN at 28 MPH (360 deg)TSAlex01/15 10:01 AMPasch
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