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      Sat Oct 17 2020 09:14 PM

3AM EDT Update 23 October 2020
An area of low pressure in the north central Caribbean has been Invest tagged 95L and is worth monitoring closely.
-Ciel


8AM EDT Update 19 October 2020

Tropical Depression 27 forms from 94L, the cone takes it near, but east of Bermuda, and is likely no threat to land beyond the island. Another area in the west Caribbean has a 20% chance to develop, but is also unlikely to do much.

Original Update

There's a 90% chance area in the Central Atlantic (Invest 94L) that likely will develop as a subtropical depression or storm, and generally move away from land.

Another area in the west Caribbean has a 30% chance to develop, mostly mid to late this coming week. It's worth watching because of the area, but there is no solid indication that it will develop or where it may go. Other than those in the Caymans, and Cuba will want to watch it closely. Beyond that is into high speculation. That can be found in the forecast lounge.

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