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okihabu
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20N 74W?
      #90641 - Thu Jul 21 2011 01:49 PM

Is this area over Cuba something to watch or is it just a upper level low that will follow the tail end of Bret? It looks like its turning to the north.

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Edited by Ed Dunham (Thu Jul 21 2011 03:14 PM)


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Re: 20N 74W? [Re: okihabu]
      #90643 - Thu Jul 21 2011 03:36 PM

Its an upper level low approaching eastern Cuba that is moving westward. It currently has no reflection at the surface.
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