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  1. NHC - "Zeta should spend less than 12 hours over land as it crosses Yucatan, but that's enough time to probably drop it below hurricane strength early tomorrow. However, environmental conditions are unseasonably conducive for intensification so late in the year in the southern and central Gulf of Mexico, with fairly light shear and warm waters during the next 24 to 36 hours. As the hurricane nears the northern Gulf Coast, it is likely to encounter stronger shear and cooler waters, so some weakening is anticipated, but Zeta is still expected to be at or near hurricane intensity at landfall."
  2. 97L has now been declared Tropical Depression 14. Tropical Depression Fourteen Discussion Number 1 NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL AL142020 1100 AM EDT Thu Aug 20 2020 Visible satellite images indicate that the area of disturbed weather moving across the central Caribbean Sea has developed a closed surface circulation, with the center embedded beneath cellular convective cells and a large cirrus canopy. Also, convection has increased in organization, and TAFB and SAB have given the system classification of T2.0/30 kt and T1.5/25 kt, respectively. Therefore, advisories are bei
  3. Former invest 95L has been raised to TD 6 in the southern bay of campeche, Gulf of Mexico, but is highly likely to reach landfall on the Mexican shore within 12hrs given Westerly heading but current recon may provide data to raise to TS status prior.
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