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Watching 94L off the Mid-Atlantic for possible subtropical or even tropical transition this week.
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Area of Interest - Subtropical Storm Melissa in Central Atlantic
      Sun Nov 17 2013 01:46 PM

It looks like a late season surprise may be fish spinning. Invest 98L is now at 40% / 70% percent to chance to become Melissa. Although I can't find any models, but based on visual movement, it should be a fish spinner.

(Title updated to reflect current storm status.)

Edited by Ed Dunham (Mon Nov 18 2013 10:43 AM)

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