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AMZ001-270315-
Synopsis for Caribbean Sea and Tropical N Atlantic from 07N to
19N between 55W and 64W
1110 AM EDT Sun Sep 26 2021

.SYNOPSIS...Hurricane Sam near 13.9N 50.2W 943 mb at 11 AM EDT 
is moving WNW at 7 kt. Maximum sustained winds 125 kt gusts 150 
kt. Sam will move to near 14.4N 51.2W this evening, to near 
15.2N 52.4W Mon morning and to near 16.0N 53.5W Mon evening with 
maximum sustained winds 120 kt gusts 145 kt. Sam will continue
to slowly weaken as it reaches near 16.8N 54.6W Tue morning,
to near 17.7N 55.7W Tue evening with maximum sustained winds
115 kt gusts 140 kt and to near 18.6N 57.1W Wed morning and 
change little in intensity as it moves to near 21.4N 60.3W
by early on Thu. Meanwhile, moderate trades will continue 
over much of the Caribbean into early next week. Fresh trades
will over the south-central Caribbean will diminish to gentle 
to moderate speeds Tue. Mainly gentle trades will be over the 
rest of the Caribbean through Thu, while fresh trades will follow
in the wake of Sam across the Tropical N Atlantic waters. Swells 
generated by Sam are forecast to reach the Lesser Antilles early 
this week.