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Tortola and Virgin Gorda (BVI) Update

Pay Attention to the future Gaston and Hermine

Published: Sun, Sep 5 16:41 EDT
By DearMissMermaid at aol.com

Gaston could rejuvenate into a tropical depression or storm,  possibly building up strength. He is about 700 miles east of the Leeward Islands , moving at 15mph, on that track, he's only 46 hours away. He could be a storm or hurricane by then.
Leeward Islands: The northern group of the Lesser Antilles in the West Indies, extending from the Virgin Islands southeast to Dominica.
Hurricane Earl has been put to bed. Good bye Earl!
A tropical wave remains inland over West Africa, but should enter the Atlantic soon, and should be closely monitored, as the future Hermine looks like she could develop.

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