The National Hurricane Center gives the system a 70 percent change of turning into a named tropical storm over the next 48 hours.
The National Hurricane Center gives the system a 70 percent change of turning into a named tropical storm over the next 48 hours. NOAA
The National Hurricane Center gives the system a 70 percent change of turning into a named tropical storm over the next 48 hours. NOAA

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