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92L now up to a 60% chance for development. Recon out there but just under the threshhold for classification, may become a TD later today.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 296 (Idalia) , Major: 296 (Idalia) Florida - Any: 296 (Idalia) Major: 296 (Idalia)
22.3N 102.0W
Wind: 30MPH
Pres: 1000mb
W at 24 mph
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Re: Low Off of the Louisiana Coast
      Fri Aug 27 2010 06:26 PM

appears to just be extended convection from interaction of the stalled front and the Gulf - - no real tropical indicators

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* Low Off of the Louisiana Coast WesnWylie Fri Aug 27 2010 06:26 PM
. * * Re: Low Off of the Louisiana Coast visitor   Sat Aug 28 2010 02:41 PM
. * * Features From Louisiana to Panama Ed DunhamAdministrator   Sat Aug 28 2010 03:06 PM
. * * Re: Features From Louisiana to Panama Jasonch   Mon Aug 30 2010 01:11 PM
. * * Re: Low Off of the Louisiana Coast Wingman51   Fri Aug 27 2010 06:26 PM

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