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TXPZ26 KNES 300626
TCSENP

A.  18E (RACHEL)

B.  30/0600Z

C.  23.2N

D.  117.3W

E.  THREE/GOES-W

F.  T1.5/2.5/W2.5/24HRS

G.  IR/EIR/SWIR/SSMIS

H.  REMARKS...DT OF 1.0 IS BASED ON A SHEAR PATTERN CHARACTERIZED BY
TIGHLY DEFINED CLOUD LINES AND A CENTER GT 75NM FROM A VERY SMALL AREA
OF ACTIVE CONVECTION. MET IS 2.5 BASED ON RW TREND. PT IS 2.0. FT IS
BASED ON CONSTRAINTS LIMITING THE CHANGE IN FT TO 2.5 IN 24HRS.

I.  ADDL POSITIONS

    30/0310Z 22.9N 117.5W SSMIS


...RAMIREZ

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