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Re: 91L Lounge
      Thu Oct 06 2022 05:42 PM

NHC began issuing advisories on 91L today as THIRTEEN.

Thirteen is expected to become a named storm and hurricane prior to making landfall in central America. There are questions as to how far north it gets, however, and a non-zero probability exists that it reaches the northwestern Caribbean, in which case the system could become more of an interest to those living along the Gulf, as well. But, the more likely scenario is a track hugging South America and the southwestern Caribbean all the way across into the eastern Pacific.

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