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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 312 (Nate) , Major: 330 (Maria) Florida - Any: 340 (Irma) Major: 340 (Irma)
43.0N 41.0W
Wind: 45MPH
Pres: 1007mb
Ne at 18 mph
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. . . Category 2 Hurricane Arthur Makes Landfall and History Along the Outer Banks
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MikeCAdministrator   11428 20   Sun Jul 06 2014 12:51 AM
by Ed Dunham
. . . Tropical Storm Arthur Strengthening East of Florida MikeCAdministrator   7888 11   Wed Jul 02 2014 05:11 AM
by OrlandoDan
. . . Watching Area East of Melbourne (91L) MikeCAdministrator   5722 10   Mon Jun 30 2014 06:41 PM
by typhoon_tip
. . . The official Atlantic hurricane season begins with a low interest region typhoon_tip   5223 3   Tue Jun 17 2014 10:28 AM
by danielw
. . . Florida's Hurricane Supply Tax Free Week Starts Soon MikeCAdministrator   1131 0   Wed May 28 2014 07:18 AM
by MikeC
. . . Today is the First day of Eastern Pacific's Season. June 1st is the Atlantic. MikeCAdministrator   1749 1   Sun May 25 2014 07:48 PM
by MikeC
. . . First week of May danielwAdministrator   1025 0   Tue May 06 2014 08:32 PM
by danielw
. . . Outlook for 2014 MikeCAdministrator   1269 0   Thu Feb 13 2014 03:16 PM
by MikeC
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