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Tropical wave has 10 percent chance for development

Posted at 4:41 AM, Nov 12, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-14 09:04:30-05

The National Hurricane Center has now lowered the chance of development of a tropical wave to 10 percent.

It is still a big rain maker for Puerto Rico, but that is about it. This wave will move northwest.

The rest of the tropics remain quiet at this time.

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