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Azores #96L fails to complete transition into a Sub-Tropical Storm. Elsewhere, weak low pressure in Caribbean may linger into next week.
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. . . Ivan Remains a Category 4 the Track is Maintained
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MikeCAdministrator   101815 233 ***** Thu Sep 16 2004 07:49 AM
by Andy Dorr
. . . Jeanne landfalls on Puerto Rico - Ivan Holding at Cat 4
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MikeCAdministrator   152901 409 ***** Wed Sep 15 2004 11:32 PM
by Justin in Miami
. . . Hurricane Warnings up from Grand Isle, LA to Apalachicola, FL and Puerto Rico
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MikeCAdministrator   59563 195 ***** Tue Sep 14 2004 11:59 PM
by Unregistered User
. . . Ivan Weakens Slightly and Tropical Storm Jeanne Forms
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MikeCAdministrator   52481 172 ***** Tue Sep 14 2004 05:15 PM
by andy1tom
. . . Hurricane Watches Up from Morgan City, LA to St. Marks Florida
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MikeCAdministrator   71011 177 ***** Tue Sep 14 2004 12:28 PM
by Unregistered User
. . . Hurricane Ivan About to Enter the Gulf of Mexico, TD#11 Forms East of Leewards
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MikeCAdministrator   108795 278 ***** Tue Sep 14 2004 08:19 AM
by Unregistered User
. . . Ivan Category 5 Again
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MikeCAdministrator   110702 357 ***** Mon Sep 13 2004 09:14 PM
by Unregistered User
. . . Ivan to Know Where it Goes
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MikeCAdministrator   49314 195 ***** Mon Sep 13 2004 03:44 PM
by CentralFlorida
. . . Ivan Misses a Direct hit on the Caymans to the South
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MikeCAdministrator   43438 193 ***** Sun Sep 12 2004 06:01 PM
by kelcot
. . . Hurricane Ivan Approaches Grand Cayman
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MikeCAdministrator   34162 170 **** Sun Sep 12 2004 12:40 PM
by Unregistered User
. . . Hurricane Ivan Again Category Five
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MikeCAdministrator   27327 153 ***** Sat Sep 11 2004 11:47 PM
by Unregistered User
. . . Amazingly, Ivan Stays South of Jamaica
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MikeCAdministrator   29870 149 ***** Sat Sep 11 2004 07:11 PM
by mud1967
. . . Hurricane Ivan Paths
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MikeCAdministrator   62883 260 ***** Sat Sep 11 2004 12:28 PM
by Unregistered User
. . . Ivan Likely to Landfall in Jamaica Overnight as a Category 5 Hurricane
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MikeCAdministrator   26495 160 ***** Sat Sep 11 2004 08:24 AM
by Wxwatcher2
. . . Hurricane Ivan to Melee with Jamaica
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MikeCAdministrator   31218 171   Fri Sep 10 2004 11:12 PM
by Ed Dunham
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