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Area of Interest - Invest 94L
      Mon Sep 20 2010 11:07 AM

Low level circulation center of Invest 94L was located at 15.7N 33.3W at 20/14Z. The center is fully exposed under westerly shear with convection displaced to the east. SST is about 27C. The shear is expected to continue for a couple of days so rapid development just doesn't seem likely to me. The system is slowly drifting to the west southwest and many of the models that took a stronger system to the northwest and north are now indicating a weaker system moving to the west.
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