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    Tropical Storm Delta--Last Of The Season??

    Tropical Storm Delta Advisory Number 1...corrected
    Nws Tpc/national Hurricane Center Miami Fl
    5 Pm Ast Wed Nov 23 2005

    Corrected Time

    ...the 25th Tropical Storm Of The Record-breaking 2005 Season
    Develops Over The Central Atlantic Ocean Southwest Of The Azores...

    At 5 Pm Ast...2100z...the Center Of Tropical Storm Delta Was Located
    Near Latitude 25.9 North... Longitude 40.5 West Or About 1150
    Miles...1850 Km... Southwest Of The Azores Islands.

    Delta Is Moving Toward The South-southeast Near 9 Mph...15 Km/hr.
    This General Motion With A Gradual Decrease In Forward Speed Is
    Expected During The Next 24 Hours.

    Maximum Sustained Winds Are Near 60 Mph... 95 Km/hr...with Higher
    Gusts. Some Strengthening Is Forecast During The Next 24 Hours...
    And It Is Possible That Delta Could Briefly Become A Hurricane.

    Tropical Storm Force Winds Extend Outward Up To 345 Miles...555 Km
    From The Center. A Gradual Decrease In The Size Of The Tropical
    Storm-force Wind Field Is Expected During The Next 24 Hours.

    The Estimated Minimum Central Pressure Is 982 Mb...29.00 Inches.

    Repeating The 5 Pm Ast Position...25.9 N... 40.5 W. Movement
    Toward...south-southeast Near 9 Mph. Maximum Sustained
    Winds... 60 Mph. Minimum Central Pressure... 982 Mb.

    The Next Advisory Will Be Issued By The National Hurricane Center
    At 11 Pm Ast.

    Forecaster Stewart

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    Tropical Storm Delta Advisory Number 4
    Nws Tpc/national Hurricane Center Miami Fl
    11 Am Ast Thu Nov 24 2005

    ...delta Strengthens To Just Below Hurricane Status Over The
    Open Atlantic Ocean...

    At 11 Am Ast...1500z...the Center Of Tropical Storm Delta Was
    Located Near Latitude 24.8 North... Longitude 38.8 West Or About
    1145 Miles...1845 Km... Southwest Of The Azores.

    Delta Is Drifting Toward The East Near 2 Mph... 4 Km/hr... And
    This General Motion Is Forecast To Continue Today And Tonight.
    However... Steering Currents Are Expected To Remain Weak... So Some
    Some Erratic Motion Will Be Possible... And Delta Could Even Become
    Become Stationary At Times. A Slow Motion Toward The North Is
    Forecast To Begin On Friday.

    Maximum Sustained Winds Are Near 70 Mph...110 Km/hr...with Higher
    Gusts. Some Slight Strengthening Is Forecast During The Next 24
    Hours... And Delta Could Become A Hurricane Later Today Or Tonight.

    Tropical Storm Force Winds Extend Outward Up To 260 Miles
    ...415 Km From The Center.

    The Estimated Minimum Central Pressure Is 980 Mb...28.94 Inches.

    Repeating The 11 Am Ast Position...24.8 N... 38.8 W. Movement
    Toward...east Near 2 Mph. Maximum Sustained
    Winds... 70 Mph. Minimum Central Pressure... 980 Mb.

    The Next Advisory Will Be Issued By The National Hurricane Center
    At 5 Pm Ast.

    Forecaster Stewart

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    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,176805,00.html

    Tropical Storm Delta picked up speed in the central Atlantic and could bring near gale-force winds to the Canary Islands on Monday, forecasters said.

    Delta, the 25th named storm of the record-breaking Atlantic hurricane season, had top sustained winds of 40 mph just above the 39 mph threshold to be a tropical storm. Little change in strength was expected in over the day, but forecasters expected it to lose the characteristics of a tropical storm Sunday night or Monday.



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