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Re: Now Watching Three Waves
      Fri Sep 09 2016 01:37 PM

This scatterometer pass from 1523z this morning shows a closed surface circulation likely exists with 92L, but the incipient tropical cyclone is highly sheared, with even the near surface low cloud swirl displaced from the surface circulation, not to mention the area of strong convection.

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* Invest 93L May Be Declared Julia Today. Atlantic Getting Busier Again. MikeCAdministrator Fri Sep 09 2016 01:37 PM
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