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                   Tuesday, August 25, 2009 - 11:52AM

New tropical system developing

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Another week, another tropical system to watch. This system in the Atlantic near Puerto Rico has not reached official status as a tropical depression (precursor to a tropical storm), but has been assigned an 'invest' number by the NHC as a system to closely monitor for development. Models have this system as a hurricane in the next few days, and on a similar track as Bill. The system's name will be Danny if/when it reaches tropical storm intensity.

Visible satellite of developing system at 11:52AM EDT Tuesday

A large upper level trough over the eastern US will likely keep this system well offshore and/or maintain high 'shear' conditions that will keep it from strengthening much. However, as with all tropical cyclones in the Atlantic, it bears watching.

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