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Area in W. Carib now up to 40% chance for development, being tracked as Invest 90L. Lots of rain for Florida this week.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 227 (Nate) , Major: 245 (Maria) Florida - Any: 254 (Irma) Major: 254 (Irma)
 


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INVEST 96L TAG NOW ON SW CARIBBEAN DISTURBANCE
      Sun Nov 23 2008 03:27 PM Attachment (1010 downloads)

Here it is Sunday, and a persistent trof of low pressure is finally starting to come together a little bit.

Area pressures are now falling, and cyclonic flow is improving at the surface. A more pronounced center of circulation does now appear to be taking shape. Within the current environmental conditions, it does not seem at all out of the question that this could become another late season named storm within 72 hours.




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