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      Thu Jul 12 2007 04:33 PM

Anyone does the wave at 38W and 12N look like it has potential to become a invest then TD? Also, there's talk of the CMC developing a TS/Hurricane and ringing it into southern FL is there any truth to this?

I believe that the latest NHC TWO says no tropical cyclone formation for the next 48 hours - and please don't put any faith in a long range model projection. Please review the site rules regarding Wave Mongering in the General Info section. This borderline post was moved to a more appropriate Forum.)

Edited by Ed Dunham (Thu Jul 12 2007 05:09 PM)

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