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Old 09-02-2008, 02:51 AM
Location: Invercargill, New Zealand
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wtnt35 knhc 020834
tropical depression ten advisory number 1
nws tpc/national hurricane center miami fl al102008
500 am edt tue sep 02 2008

...tenth tropical depression of the season forms over the far
eastern atlantic ocean...

At 500 am edt...0900z...the center of tropical depression ten was
located near latitude 12.4 north...longitude 23.9 west or about 170
miles...270 km...south-southeast of the southernmost cape verde

The depression is moving toward the west near 16 mph...26 km/hr. A
motion between west and west-northwest is expected for the next two
days. On the forecast track...the center of the depression will
remain well south of the cape verde islands today...and move away
from the cape verde islands later tonight.

Maximum sustained winds are near 35 mph...55 km/hr...with higher
gusts. Some strengthening is forecast during the next 24
hours...and the depression will likely become a tropical storm
later today.

The estimated minimum central pressure is 1007 mb...29.74 inches.

Rainfall amount of 2 to 3 inches will be possible over the southern
cape verde islands today.

Repeating the 500 am edt position...12.4 n...23.9 w. Movement
toward...west near 16 mph. Maximum sustained winds...35 mph.
Minimum central pressure...1007 mb.

The next advisory will be issued by the national hurricane center at
1100 am edt.

forecaster stewart
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Old 09-02-2008, 11:23 AM
Location: San Antonio, TX
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TS Josephine now.
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Old 09-02-2008, 11:34 AM
Location: Middle Tennessee
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Our lakes are so low so maybe we will soon have them back up to normal. The aquifers are always needing to be recharged. Now as for the high winds we could do without those once they come on land. I'm guessing we will be soon revising the 100 year flood plain if all these boys and girls come for a land side visit.
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