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|06-30-2014, 12:10 PM||#1|
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Could the low off Florida coast become Arthur?
Over the weekend a cluster of thunderstorms moved into the Atlantic Ocean off the South Carolina coast and settled over the warm water of the Gulf Stream. Although the low is poorly organized and there is not much thunderstorm activity associated with it, conditions appear favorable for a tropical depression or storm to develop later this week.
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