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#HurricaneEpsilon continues rapidly intensifying and may easily become a Major today. Bermuda should watch.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 12 (Delta) , Major: 56 (Laura) Florida - Any: 742 (Michael) Major: 742 (Michael)
30.6N 60.9W
Wind: 110MPH
Pres: 955mb
Nw at 7 mph
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