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Development Possible in the Atlantic this Week

Posted: 7:19 PM, Oct 06, 2019
Updated: 2019-10-06 19:36:42-04

TROPICS UPDATE 10/6/19 8PM

It hasn't developed yet but the National Hurricane Center expects a non-tropical low to develop along a front out in the Atlantic. It will be located east of Bermuda in the next day or two. Gradual development is possible while it moves west... a tropical or subtropical depression could form by the middle of the week. After that, winds are expected to become unfavorable.

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