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Eresto Staying out to Sea. 99L is a low development chance (20%) system approaching the eastern Caribbean.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 313 (Nate) , Major: 331 (Maria) Florida - Any: 340 (Irma) Major: 340 (Irma)
45.6N 36.4W
Wind: 45MPH
Pres: 1006mb
Ne at 25 mph
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. . . Area of Interest - Tropical Depression Two Ed DunhamAdministrator   1509 2   Mon Jul 21 2014 07:13 PM
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. . . Area of Interest - Tropical Storm Wali Ed DunhamAdministrator   1515 3   Sat Jul 19 2014 12:41 AM
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. . . Area of Concern - Hurricane Arthur Ed DunhamAdministrator   3535 7   Fri Jul 04 2014 12:16 AM
by Ed Dunham
. . . Hurricane Arthur Conditions in your area MikeCAdministrator   2130 4   Mon Jun 30 2014 11:14 PM
by Lamar-Plant City
. . . Area of Interest - Gulf of Mex Invest 90L cieldumort   2226 1   Fri Jun 06 2014 06:00 AM
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