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Invest 97L has dropped to 30% chance of development over the next 5 days. Watching as it rapidly moves west over the Atlantic.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 331 (Nicholas) , Major: 346 (Ida) Florida - Any: 1400 (Michael) Major: 1400 (Michael)

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Florida Low
      Wed Jun 20 2007 09:27 PM

A weak low associated with non-tropical origins is currently moving offshore of roughly Jacksonville, Florida.

Some models have been on the cool side of lukewarm in trying to make something of this, having anticipated something of a surface feature of one kind or another in this general location for a few days in advance now.

Something to watch, but probably nothing that gets going within its current environment.

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