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Tropical Storm Arani
      Thu Mar 17 2011 01:06 AM

NOAA SSD has assigned a designation of Tropical Storm Arani to Invest 90Q in the South Atlantic and has a floater active on the system. At 17/03Z Arani was located at 25.4S 30.5W with sustained winds of 45 knots and a pressure of 989mb and the system was fighting strong westerly shear. I haven't been able to find any other information on this system.
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