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Recon in TD#3, new area to watch in the Gulf of Mexico with 20% chance for weak development. NE Gulf will want to keep tabs.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 9 (Barry) , Major: 285 (Michael) Florida - Any: 285 (Michael) Major: 285 (Michael)
27.0N 79.5W
Wind: 35MPH
Pres: 1012mb
N at 12 mph
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Storm Chaser

Reged: Tue
Posts: 816
Loc: hollywood,florida
It's all what the ridge and the Cold front do
      #47659 - Fri Aug 12 2005 10:16 AM

Looks to me to be an Long Island,Conn and Rhode Island event.Mother nature has given it a tunnel to ride up to LI and S.NE.This goes to show you the whole east coast can get hit by a cane.


Gloria,Bob,Katrina,Wilma and a bunch of tropical storms.

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Reged: Wed
Posts: 187
Loc: Cocoa Beach/Banana River
Same thought [Re: ftlaudbob]
      #47663 - Fri Aug 12 2005 10:28 AM

I was thinking the same thing.
I was waiting until Monday before warning Mom who lives in
Niantic CT on the LI Sound.

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