Predicted to intensify into major hurricane by Sunday, Sam may be a concern for the Leeward Islands next week.
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The 98L disturbance is expected to become Tropical Storm Sam and potentially threaten the Lesser Antilles Islands next week.
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Peter, Rose, and the ex-Odette are all active in the Atlantic, but the main concern is a tropical wave in the eastern Atlantic that could impact the Caribbean as Tropical Storm Sam next week.
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