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Area in W. Carib now up to 40% chance for development, being tracked as Invest 90L. Lots of rain for Florida this week.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 226 (Nate) , Major: 244 (Maria) Florida - Any: 254 (Irma) Major: 254 (Irma)
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. . . Trivia Ed DunhamAdministrator   3246 1   Sat Oct 04 2003 04:14 AM
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. . . What are weather temps needed to sustain a tropical depression? LoisCane   2867 1   Tue Mar 18 2003 12:12 PM
. . . hurricane season? herndog1   2338 0   Sun Feb 09 2003 02:02 AM
. . . Home Weather Monitoring Equipment VolusiaMike   2612 0   Fri Sep 27 2002 07:09 AM
. . . direct hit wilstrom   2507 0   Sun Sep 08 2002 11:55 AM
. . . El niņo Anonymous   3298 3   Fri Sep 06 2002 07:10 PM
. . . LOWS... How do you tell the difference? 57497479   3235 2 *** Wed Aug 21 2002 09:00 PM
. . . GOMEX and FLORIDA ? 57497479   3453 5   Sat Aug 17 2002 07:10 PM
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