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Invest 92L
      #81277 - Wed Aug 13 2008 12:47 AM

Invest 92L is still disorganized near 14.2N 53.0W at 13/00Z still moving slowly to the west northwest. The shear zone in the central Caribbean Sea to the Dominican Republic is retrograding to the west.

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Re: Invest 92L [Re: Ed Dunham]
      #81305 - Wed Aug 13 2008 11:49 PM

NOAA43 is on there way to do some research on 92L tonight.... They are about 130 miles from Barbados now... heading to 92L... i'll be watchin there alt.... be interesting to see what they find in the lower levels and in the mid levels... how much dry air and SAL is still there around 92L? I am thinking now its starting to diminish and it will be soon when we have a TD. Although... will it pass north or inside the islands? I'm not sure...thinking its going to be close

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