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Tropical Wave is Showing More Organization

Undated-AP) -- Forecasters say that tropical wave in the northeast Caribbean is showing more sign of development. The National Hurricane Center says it might send an Air Force plane into the system to get a closer look tomorrow.

 Experts say the system shows some signs of slow development, so it's being monitored closely. For now, the showers and thunderstorms are concentrated over the extreme southeastern Gulf of Mexico, with some heavy rain in the Keys and south Florida.

 There is NO closed circulation yet, but the system will continue moving west-northwestward

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