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#TropicalStormChantal forms in open Atlantic as Invest #97L has become well-defined with associated deep convection today
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 38 (Barry) , Major: 314 (Michael) Florida - Any: 314 (Michael) Major: 314 (Michael)
40.3N 53.7W
Wind: 40MPH
Pres: 1010mb
E at 22 mph
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. . . Atlantic Hurricane Season 2018 Officially Begins MikeCAdministrator   3135 0   Fri Jun 01 2018 07:02 AM
by MikeC
. . . Invest 90L Becomes Subtropical Storm Alberto
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cieldumortModerator   15990 27   Thu May 31 2018 02:43 AM
by cieldumort
. . . Rain For Florida and Early Development Possible MikeCAdministrator   6466 6   Mon May 21 2018 06:24 PM
by MikeC
. . . CFHC 2018 The Year Ahead MikeCAdministrator   24187 3   Mon Apr 09 2018 06:58 AM
by Wingwiper
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