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As of 11:00 p.m. Friday, Tropical Depression 19 was located near 12.3 north and 33.1 west, or about 660 miles west-southwest of the Cape Verde Islands. It was drifting to the northwest wit maximum sustained winds of 35 mph. Estimated minimum central pressure was 1006 millibars, or 29.72 inches. TD 19 should slowly track north and could become a tropical storm within 12-24 hours. If it did, it would be named Stan. This feature should generally track to the north-northwest toward the open waters of the Atlantic over the weekend.