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Bay of Campeche area now being tracked as Invest 92L. 40% chance for development, likely to be a rain event, with most of it on the east.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 227 (Zeta) , Major: 289 (Laura) Florida - Any: 976 (Michael) Major: 976 (Michael)
 


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allan
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Re: Still Quiet
      Thu Nov 30 2006 12:23 AM

hmm the shear in the western Caribbean has lightened a bit and a huge flare up on X95L has blown up a bit more today. We may need to tag this once again just in case it does something. Looks ok, still needs alot of work to gain a TD, could it happen though? We need to watch it, wont affect us here in the USA but Central America.
http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/east/watl/avn-l.jpg

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