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Last advisory issued for Isaias as it moves over Quebec. Other than 94L (which looks like it won't develop) Atlantic is quiet for a bit.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 2 (Isaias) , Major: 665 (Michael) Florida - Any: 665 (Michael) Major: 665 (Michael)
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MichaelA
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      #100950 - Sun May 17 2020 05:18 PM

Well, NHC went tropical on it. I'm assuming the temperature data confirmed that it was/is warm core. Both sheer and dry air intrusion has been evident throughout this storm's history. Anyway, it's an early kickoff for the season. If you haven't already, now is a great time to evaluate your emergency supplies and stock up before a pre-storm panic. I'm evaluating mine and plan to have it stocked by June 1. Stay safe this season.

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Michael

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2020 “guess:” 15/8/3
2020 Actual 9/2/0


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