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90L's remnants are now inland, nothing developed. A generally quiet Atlantic is likely until later in August.
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Hurricane Ernesto Midday
      Sun Aug 27 2006 02:03 PM

I think that we will see Ernesto stay status Quo intensity wise for a good part of the day...There is no relocation that I can see, but the northern-more northwestern inflow is probably being interrupted by the Mtns. of Hispanola. As the system moves furth wnw-nw...this will start to change about the time the system reaches close to the tip of Haiti. From there until Cuba...it will have more energy to feed on and will have a chance to get better organized.

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