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Debby has transitioned into a more traditional tropical cyclone this morning with the center now located under a ball of moderate convection.
CyclonicFury wrote:Debby has transitioned into a more traditional tropical cyclone this morning with the center now located under a ball of moderate convection.
Agree, has definitely earned a name now although impacts to any landmass will be minimal to none.
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Wonder if this could've been 50kt earlier in the day around 18z.
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Debby is the perfect example of why you can't just assume some naked swirl in the subtropics won't develop because conditions don't appear favorable. Often times models struggle with these subtropics developments. Debby is no exception. Models had a weak low but not a bonafide TC.
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