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#Maria moving away from the Bahamas to the north. Likely to stay east of US, but may get close to NC mid week. Swells along the east coast
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 4 (Maria) , Major: 4 (Maria) Florida - Any: 14 (Irma) Major: 14 (Irma)
31.8N 50.1W
Wind: 85MPH
Pres: 983mb
Moving:
S at 1 mph
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27.9N 72.7W
Wind: 110MPH
Pres: 948mb
Moving:
N at 9 mph
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