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New Wave Approaching Antilles
      #97241 - Tue Oct 04 2016 04:53 PM

A large area of disturbed weather associated with a tropical wave and two separate wave pouches is approaching the Lesser Antilles. This region has not yet caught the attention of models much at all, but right now the western Atlantic is in a very favorable phase for development, and the models have been slow to wake up. This feature bears extra close watching.

Based on the most recent scatterometer and visible satellite imagery, a surface low appears to be forming roughly around 10.5N 54W. Movement is to the west, or west-northwest. Another southerly tracker.

This feature is not yet Invest tagged, but soon may be, and the title will be updated if warranted.

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