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Tracking #94L in the SW Carib likely to produce very heavy rains over C America this coming week and a Wave nearing NE coast of S America
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BOATWATCH
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RE: NEW HERE
      #14124 - Tue Feb 24 2004 07:54 AM

HI i just stumbled across this and it looks very ,very nice, i want to say thanks for this site and i look forward to chating and researching storms , am a former commerical fisherman, and i love storms , thanks ,, boatwatch

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Re: RE: NEW HERE
      #14253 - Fri May 07 2004 04:03 PM

Well you will fit in fine here hehe enjoy the forums

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