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Depression-Like Low Stuck over South TX. Torrential rains, Flash Flooding, Gusts to 40 MPH, isolated Tornadoes/Waterspouts continue
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 257 (Nate) , Major: 275 (Maria) Florida - Any: 285 (Irma) Major: 285 (Irma)
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. . . Tropical Wave Getting Stronger?!?! bobw211   5739 4   Thu Jul 27 2006 09:24 AM
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. . . Last Week of July Tropics as 99L Becomes Better Organized Weather456   3401 0   Thu Jul 27 2006 09:12 AM
by Weather456
. . . NOAA INVST AREA bobw211   3947 2 ***** Wed Jul 26 2006 04:53 PM
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. . . BOC Low danielwAdministrator   5744 4   Wed Jul 26 2006 02:48 PM
by bobw211
. . . Tropics Today Weather456   7258 5   Mon Jul 24 2006 09:24 AM
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