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By: StormPete , 2:15 PM GMT on September 09, 2013

After TS Gabrielle fiasco in PR, we decided to take the weekend off climate hunting. Yesterday, I found out about the TD (Today TS Humberto) and the other Invest in front of it. Both are predicted to go north before they are far away from Africa. We confirm that this morning. This will give us a nice 5-7 days of non-tropical development at early September. NICE!

For us in the tropic this is like vacation time. No tropical cyclones on week @ 2 of September!!?!?!?!? UNBELIEVABLE! This is our best way to celebrate the start of this week. Our peak for the season is usually mid-September. By this time you know you should be well prepared for any situation with the weather. and having nothing to follow today is SPLENDID!

Remnants of TS Gabrielle are surfacing back as Invest 92L. It will not affect the Caribbean and may not affect any land at this time. Let's go back to work!

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