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Re: Tropics After Dorian
      Tue Sep 10 2019 05:32 PM

The area in the SE Bahamas is now being tracked as invest 95L. Not expected to develop until possibly the Gulf (if at all). But we'll watch it.

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* Tropics After Dorian MikeCAdministrator Tue Sep 10 2019 05:32 PM
. * * Re: Tropics After Dorian kspkap   Wed Sep 11 2019 11:01 PM
. * * Re: Tropics After Dorian hurricanetracker   Wed Sep 11 2019 09:31 PM
. * * Re: Tropics After Dorian MikeCAdministrator   Wed Sep 11 2019 02:53 PM
. * * Re: Tropics After Dorian MikeCAdministrator   Tue Sep 10 2019 05:32 PM

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