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Area off the Southeast US Coast has a 10% to develop, either way will be wet in parts of the Southeast/NC this weekend. Beryl gone but not forgotten in Houston area where power outages still are widespread.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 4 (Beryl) , Major: 317 (Idalia) Florida - Any: 317 (Idalia) Major: 317 (Idalia)

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Re: Tropical Cyclone Formation Alert in the East Pac
      Thu Jun 11 2009 09:44 AM

They are waiting for vis sat pics and more mw analysis before declaring it a TD. The IR loop seems to indicate a LL circulation, but it doesn't appear to be symmetrical and not entirely under the convection burst over night. I'm expecting a rather unusual season in both basins.



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* Tropical Cyclone Formation Alert in the East Pac CoconutCandy Thu Jun 11 2009 09:44 AM
. * * Re: Tropical Cyclone Formation Alert in the East Pac MichaelA   Thu Jun 11 2009 09:44 AM
. * * Tropical Cyclone Formation Looking Less Likely CoconutCandy   Thu Jun 11 2009 05:09 PM
. * * TC Formation? Not! CoconutCandy   Fri Jun 12 2009 07:39 PM

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