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LAND THREATS: FIVE has become #Dorian and heading towards Caribbean. #98L still inland over S FL. #90L still hugging the TX/LA coasts.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 42 (Barry) , Major: 318 (Michael) Florida - Any: 318 (Michael) Major: 318 (Michael)
10.7N 49.1W
Wind: 40MPH
Pres: 1008mb
W at 12 mph
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. . . Tropical Cyclone Forecast - 2002 Ed DunhamAdministrator   3635 4 **** Thu May 02 2002 10:51 PM
. . . Re: Tropical Cyclone Forecast - 2002 Rad       Thu May 16 2002 11:43 PM
. . . Re: Tropical Cyclone Forecast - 2002 KevinUser       Fri May 10 2002 02:09 PM
. . . Re: Major Hurricanes Ed DunhamAdministrator       Sun May 12 2002 11:11 AM
. . . Re: Tropical Cyclone Forecast - 2002 Steve       Fri May 03 2002 05:43 PM
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