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Re: Invest 92L (SE of Bermuda)
      Tue Sep 03 2019 10:41 AM


92L may be pulling things together even in the face of increasing shear.

The next names on the list in 2019 are: Fernand, Gabrielle and Humberto. This incipient cyclone is sure to bring Bermuda some blustery wet weather, either way.

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* Invest 92L (SE of Bermuda) cieldumortModerator Tue Sep 03 2019 10:41 AM
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