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TXXS25 KNES 230013
TCSSIO

A.  TROPICAL DISTURBANCE (97S)

B.  22/2330Z

C.  8.8S

D.  78.5E

E.  FIVE/MET-7

F.  T1.0/1.0/D1.0/24HRS

G.  IR/EIR

H.  REMARKS...1957Z AMSR2 SUGGESTS THAT THE LOW LEVEL CIRCULATION IS
BECOMING BETTER ORGANIZED. POSITION CONFIDENCE IS POOR BUT CENTER IS
BELIEVED TO BE ON THE EASTERN EDGE OF LARGE AREA OF ACTIVE CONVECTION
BASED ON AMSR2 DATA. BANDING IN EXCESS OF 2/10 RESULTS IN A DT OF 1.0. MET
AND PT ARE ALSO 1.0. FT IS BASED ON DT.

I.  ADDL POSITIONS

    NIL


...TURK

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