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Latest News: October 18, 2021

As we begin the week ahead, the Atlantic Basin looks to stay nice and quiet with no areas of concern seen within the global models.

In the eastern Pacific, the NHC has outlined an area for potential development over the next few days in the same general region that Pamela took shape in. This is fairly unusual considering that we are officially in a "La Nina" now which typically does not foster east Pacific development. In any case, we'll watch this feature and see how it evolves over the coming days.

I'll take a closer look at this and more during my video discussion via YouTube later this afternoon.


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