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The area near the Yucatan Peninsula (now Invest 99L) has a 30% chance for development over the next 5 days.
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Re: Central American Gyre
      Fri Oct 05 2018 02:36 PM

In addition to the Low centered in the EPAC (97E), the broader low center in the northwest Caribbean has now also been Invest-tagged, 91L, and we have set up a Lounge specific to it: 91L Forecast Lounge

This is the primary disturbance models have been homing in on for development near the Yucatan or in the Gulf during the next 7 days.

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* C Am. Gyre (91L, 97E, 94L etc) cieldumortModerator Fri Oct 05 2018 02:36 PM
. * * Re: Central American Gyre (91L, 97E, etc) cieldumortModerator   Fri Oct 12 2018 10:45 AM
. * * Re: Central American Gyre (91L, 97E, etc) IsoFlame   Sat Oct 13 2018 07:02 AM
. * * Re: Central American Gyre (91L, 97E, etc) IsoFlame   Fri Oct 12 2018 12:40 PM
. * * Re: Central American Gyre (91L, 97E, etc) IsoFlame   Fri Oct 12 2018 12:49 PM
. * * Re: Central American Gyre (91L, 97E, etc) cieldumortModerator   Sun Oct 07 2018 05:04 PM
. * * Re: Central American Gyre (91L, 97E, etc) cieldumortModerator   Sat Oct 06 2018 02:24 AM
. * * Re: Central American Gyre cieldumortModerator   Fri Oct 05 2018 02:36 PM
. * * Re: Central American Gyre cieldumortModerator   Fri Oct 05 2018 03:52 AM
. * * Re: Central American Gyre MikeCAdministrator   Fri Oct 05 2018 01:19 PM
. * * Re: Central American Gyre MikeCAdministrator   Fri Oct 05 2018 06:41 AM
. * * Re: Central American Gyre MikeCAdministrator   Fri Oct 05 2018 09:26 AM
. * * Re: Central American Gyre cieldumortModerator   Fri Oct 05 2018 01:37 AM
. * * Re: Central American Gyre cieldumortModerator   Thu Oct 04 2018 01:57 PM
. * * Re: Central American Gyre Keith B   Thu Oct 04 2018 07:42 PM
. * * Re: Central American Gyre cieldumortModerator   Thu Oct 04 2018 04:23 AM
. * * Re: Central American Gyre MikeCAdministrator   Thu Oct 04 2018 08:13 AM
. * * Re: Central American Gyre cieldumortModerator   Wed Oct 03 2018 05:26 AM
. * * Re: Possible Caribbean Dev Early Oct cieldumortModerator   Tue Oct 02 2018 04:52 PM
. * * Re: Possible Caribbean Dev Early Oct cieldumortModerator   Tue Oct 02 2018 02:32 PM
. * * Re: Possible Caribbean Dev Early Oct cieldumortModerator   Mon Oct 01 2018 05:19 PM
. * * Re: Possible Caribbean Dev Early Oct IsoFlame   Tue Oct 02 2018 10:05 AM
. * * Re: Possible Caribbean Dev Early Oct cieldumortModerator   Wed Oct 03 2018 12:15 PM
. * * Re: Possible Caribbean Dev Early Oct cieldumortModerator   Sun Sep 30 2018 11:57 PM
. * * Re: Possible Caribbean Dev Early Oct MikeCAdministrator   Sun Sep 30 2018 07:09 PM
. * * Re: Possible Caribbean Dev Early Oct IsoFlame   Sun Sep 30 2018 10:46 PM

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