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Paulette Lounge
      Mon Sep 07 2020 03:19 AM

Above: TD 17 Sept 07 2020 at 0715z Image credit:

A robust Tropical Cyclone, TD17, is traversing the Tropical Atlantic, and we are starting a lounge on SEVENTEEN, likely to be upgraded to Tropical Storm Paulette later this morning, September 7th, 2020.

SEVENTEEN has become Paulette and the title has been updated accordingly.

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Edited by cieldumort (Mon Sep 07 2020 06:13 PM)

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