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Atlantic staying quiet, Active NW Pacific still

8:46 p.m. ET Fri.,Oct.15,2004

 

James Wilson, Sr. Meteorologist, The Weather Channel

 

 

In the eastern Pacific, a disturbed area of weather 500 hundred miles to the south of Manzanillo, Mexico continues to be watched for possible development as it heads slowly westward.

 

In the Atlantic, the area of non-tropical low pressure near the Azores is not expected to organize as it moves over colder water.

 

Typhoon Tokage in the western Pacific, east of the Philippines, will continue to slowly strengthen and then peak over the next few days as it heads northwest and then north. Residents and visitors to southern Japan will want to monitor this system for its possible impacts. A tropical depression well to the east-southeast of Guam is forecast to become a tropical storm today. Its name would be Tropical Storm Nock-ten and it could attain minimal typhoon strength in the next few days as it heads generally westward.

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