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No tropical systems of note

6:05 p.m. ET ET Sun.,Oct.3,2004

 

Tom Moore, Meteorologist, The Weather Channel

 

 

For the first time since the 24th of August, there is no named tropical system in the Atlantic Basin; nor is there an imminent threat of one developing. About the only disturbance of note is a trough of low pressure in the western Caribbean producing pockets of heavy rain just off the east coast of Central America. Another cluster of showers is producing areas of heavy rain in the vicinity of Trinidad, Tobago and Grenada.

 

For the moment, both the eastern and western Pacific are devoid of tropical cyclones, too.

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