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metwannabe
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      Sun Aug 08 2010 07:41 AM

What about the two areas south of 93L? The southern most disturbance around 8N 47W I assume is still attached to the ITCZ but the one just west of the Cape Verdes almost appears to my untrained eye to have some cyclonic turning. Am I seeing things or do either of these need to be watched?

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Edited by Ed Dunham (Sun Aug 08 2010 09:38 AM)

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