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Re: Area of Interest - Now TD 16
      Wed Sep 29 2010 10:19 AM

Organization of TD16 has slowly improved overnight. Center located on visible satellite at 22.8N 81.3W at 29/14Z moving almost due north at 10 knots. Convection still confined mostly east through south but the convection has moved much closer to the center. No reports of winds near or above TS strength in quite some time. System should begin to gain forward speed with a small window for additional development over the Florida Straits today. The depression looks a little more like a lopsided tropical or subtropical cyclone this morning.
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