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Tropical Depression 19 in the Atlantic Ocean
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Tropical Depression 19 in the Atlantic Ocean

The NOAA GOES-16 satellite snapped this image of Tropical Depression 19 in the Central Atlantic Ocean on November 6, 2017. TD19 is forecast to strengthen into a tropical storm as early as this late afternoon, but poses no threat to land.

NOAA is planning to move GOES-16 into its operational orbit at 75.2 degrees west longitude (the GOES East position) starting on November 30, 2017. GOES-16 will officially become GOES-East when all instruments resume regular operations on December 20, 2017, although final scheduling of drift operations may change based on operational needs.

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