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Re: Area of Interest - Caribbean Sea
      Thu Sep 23 2010 12:55 PM

Looks like Invest 95L is on its way to TD status a little sooner since recon has closed off a center. Current movement is to the west (280 degrees) at 14 knots but I'd anticipate that in 24 hours it will be moving west northwest at a slower rate. Its worth mentioning that the SHIP model brings the tropical cyclone up to hurricane strength on Saturday and if the system does slow down - it could happen.
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