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Some tropical action east of Bermuda


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Some potential

8:14 p.m. ET ET Mon.,Nov.29,2004

 

Tom Moore, Sr. Meteorologist, The Weather Channel

 

 

An area of low pressure about 925 miles east of Bermuda continues to spin in the central Atlantic Ocean. It appears that this system is acquiring some tropical characteristics so the potential for further development into an sub-tropical or tropical system exists.

 

The rest of the Atlantic Basin and the eastern Pacific Basin remain quiet.

 

Tropical Storm Nanmadol continues to track well south of Guam and has the potential to intensify to typhoon strength by midweek. The storm is forecast to pass near Yap and then track toward the Philippines. All interests in the northern Philippine Islands should keep close track of this potentially dangerous typhoon.

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