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The area near the Yucatan Peninsula (now Invest 99L) has a 30% chance for development over the next 5 days.
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Re: Still Quiet
      Mon Nov 20 2006 08:42 AM

Invest 94L.. it really should now be an invest area. Has a great signature to it, pressures are falling, what is up with the NHC? Hurricane Season is not over till November 30th. They need to tag this very soon before people start getting confused on why it is not an invest area. The CMC model did it again! First Alberto now what could be Joyce.
I'm calling it invest 94L now.

Allan Reed - 18,9,5

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