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Area of Interest - Tropical Storm Lorenzo ESE of Bermuda
      Mon Oct 21 2013 01:35 AM

At 21/00Z, Invest 90L was located about 600 miles east southeast of Bermuda near 26.5N 55.5W with winds of 25 knots and a pressure of 1013MB. Movement was to the north with eventual movement becoming more easterly. Windshear is light and expected to remain light for a day or two. SST is 29C. Organization and convective envelope have improved and there is an increasing chance for the system to become a tropical depression later on Monday and perhaps a short-lived tropical storm late Monday or early Tuesday. The next name on the list this season is Lorenzo.

(Title updated to reflect current storm status.)

Edited by Ed Dunham (Mon Oct 21 2013 11:56 PM)

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