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Hurricane Iota Lounge
      Tue Nov 10 2020 11:27 AM

Above: 98L 11-10-20 1427z ASCAT over IR

A tropical wave in the eastern Caribbean that has been long-advertised by nearly all the models has been Invest tagged, 98L, and we are now opening up a Forecast Lounge on this feature.

98L became TD 31 and later in the day Tropical Storm Iota on Friday November 13th.

Edited by cieldumort (Mon Nov 16 2020 09:16 PM)

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. * * Re: 98L Lounge Corkhill1   Fri Nov 13 2020 09:47 PM

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