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      Fri Oct 28 2022 04:22 PM

A broad area of low pressure forming in the southeastern Caribbean with strong and steady model support for development is now being tracked as an Invest, 95L, and we are starting a lounge on this feature.

NHC development odds within 5 days presently up to 70% and this could be conservative.

More details to come.


Please note: Agencies had initially erroneously tagged this disturbance "96L" but have since corrected it (95L) nd the title has been updated accordingly. - Ciel

Edited by CFHC (Tue Nov 01 2022 09:54 AM)

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