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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)
40.2N 56.2W
Wind: 40MPH
Pres: 1010mb
E at 22 mph
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3:00 [Re: DroopGB31]
      #24179 - Sun Sep 05 2004 03:02 AM

Everything is the same. Even though she has moved .0 north and.2 west in the last couple of hrs they are still calling it a wnw motion. Whatever they say I guess.


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Re: Windy [Re: DroopGB31]
      #24180 - Sun Sep 05 2004 04:22 AM

Not sure I want to see. Its been howling and raining like crazy here in Ormond Beach for the past hours or so, the news said we are about ready to get hit with the strongest winds thus far at 4:32, it is currently 4:20. Just hanging on tight.



Wow, Been watching the coverage on TV and Melbourne, Vero Beach and Fort Pierce are getting pounded. Im willing to bet there may be a few gust near 120 in that area as the Northern Eyewall sits over them. That is the worst place to be in a hurricane because you never get the eye to come through it just keeps going and going. Thats especially true with Frances as she is moving ever so slowly Westward. It will be intresting to see what first light brings in the morning.

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