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      Wed Sep 16 2020 05:30 AM

An an area of low pressure located a few hundred miles south-southeast of the Cabo Verde Islands as of 09/16/09z, just weak enough and starting from a latitude south enough to avoid feeling many of the customary pulls to the north and out to sea early, is being tracked as Invest 98L and has some potential to become a long-track, high-ACE, Cape Verde type hurricane than could find its way farther west than most.

NHC has given this disturbance a 50%/70% chance of development within 2 days/5 days, and as it may impact land down the road and is now looking likely to develop, we are starting a lounge on Invest 98L at this time.

98L has been upgraded to Tropical Storm Wilfred and the title has been updated. We're Greek for the rest of the year.

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Edited by cieldumort (Fri Sep 18 2020 11:20 AM)

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