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      #69985 - Fri Aug 11 2006 01:47 AM

I wouldnt write X-91L off the map yet.. new IR images show a comeback..
http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/flt/t2/loop-ir4.html
I think this is only minimal but it could be another comeback. Looks like upper level winds are becoming slightly favorable for development. Though still a bit unfavorable. I give it a 3 out of 10 to develop. It is still something to watch. Looks like a good burst around the center. I'm amazed how it made it this far and did'nt dissipate, We'll see if this burst continues through Friday morning.
"notice X-91L is still on the floater..."

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Allan Reed - 18,9,5


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