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The well-defined Tropical Low (98L) continues producing hvy rain, wind and tstorms over N MX and SW TX. Atlantic waking up.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 337 (Nicholas) , Major: 352 (Ida) Florida - Any: 1406 (Michael) Major: 1406 (Michael)
 


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Robert
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Central Africa wave
      Thu Aug 22 2019 09:30 AM Attachment (514 downloads)

In addition to the wave that just moved off the coast there is a vigorous wave currently moving across central west Africa. Has a nice little band in the current shot attached, will watch for when it exits on saturday.

Edited by Robert (Thu Aug 22 2019 09:31 AM)

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