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95L getting better organized today, Recon scheduled for tomorrow. Cuba, S. Fla and the Keys should watch. Epsilon moving away.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 14 (Delta) , Major: 58 (Laura) Florida - Any: 744 (Michael) Major: 744 (Michael)
36.5N 62.1W
Wind: 80MPH
Pres: 972mb
N at 13 mph
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. Re: Here it comes! 2005 News Talkbacks robynsmom Sun Oct 23 2005 01:13 PM
. Re: 18z GFS and NAM.... Hurricane Ask/Tell robynsmom Fri Sep 23 2005 09:15 PM
. Re: 72-hour forecast 2005 News Talkbacks robynsmom Tue Sep 20 2005 11:27 PM
. Re: Katrina Domino Effect Disaster Forum robynsmom Sat Sep 03 2005 09:49 PM
. Re: Tropical Storm Emily forms in East Atlantic 2005 News Talkbacks robynsmom Mon Jul 11 2005 11:30 PM
. Re: West motion thru Pasco County 2004 News Talkbacks robynsmom Sun Sep 26 2004 03:00 PM
. Re: Jeanne Inland, Still Moving West to West Northwest 2004 News Talkbacks robynsmom Sun Sep 26 2004 09:44 AM
. Re: Generator 2004 News Talkbacks robynsmom Fri Sep 24 2004 06:56 PM
. Re: Westward Ho! 2004 News Talkbacks robynsmom Sun Sep 12 2004 09:16 AM
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