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Tropical Depression Forms in East Atlantic
      Fri Sep 25 2009 10:22 PM


The wave known as 98L has formed into Tropical Depression 8. The current forecast track keeps it well away from land, it has a chance to become a Tropical Storm before entering an area hostile for development, where it is forecast to weaken to an open low.

The slow season continues elsewhere with nothing else likely to develop in the short term.

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