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Melissa and the last part of October
      Sun Oct 13 2019 07:55 AM

Tropical Storm Melissa continues to move out to sea, it formed from a noreaster, which is a little unusual, but not unheard of.

94L is the far east Atlantic off Africa has a higher chance to develop at the moment than the wave in the western Caribbean near Honduras, it wil be worth watching to see if it makes it into the Bay of Campeche or not. We'll be watching that and anything else that pops up.

The area to concentrate on watching the West Caribbean and Gulf this time of year.



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