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Thursday, September 9

Cluster of storms in Southeast Caribbean is a concern, meteorologists say.

- Sarasota Herald-Tribune "Before Tropical Storm Igor has a chance to get close to the United States another storm system could pose a threat to the nations of the Caribbean and lower Gulf coast.
The system located west of the Lesser Antilles has a 40 percent chance of becoming a tropical depression in two days, according to the National Hurricane Center’s analysis. Meteorologists say the system is likely to move northwestward, arriving somewhere between�Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula and south eastern Cuba. From there, it is possible that the storm could enter the Gulf of Mexico."
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