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#Chantal continues eastbound in the Atlantic. Now closely watching a new area of Interest near the Bahamas with 20% odds
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 39 (Barry) , Major: 315 (Michael) Florida - Any: 315 (Michael) Major: 315 (Michael)
39.1N 45.7W
Wind: 35MPH
Pres: 1010mb
E at 17 mph
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movement definitely west
      #49079 - Wed Aug 24 2005 01:52 PM

Boy the casters arew out in force today.Anyway this storm needs to be watched and NOBODY can say where it is going to hit till it makes a turn and gets its act together.As they say if you are in the cone you need to be ready for a Cat 1 storm.But IMO i don't see this more then a Min cat 1 storm and i see it more south then some others do on here.

-- don't knock the Mods now.. be nice. I moved this to the forecast lounge because you are forecasting an opinion.

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Re: movement definitely west [Re: ralphfl]
      #49282 - Wed Aug 24 2005 09:36 PM

Hurricanes have a tendancy to really get there act together as they approach the Ft. Lauderdale/Greater Miami area, which is where Katrina is going towards. I don't see it jolting abruptly northward anytime soon, but I would not be shocked for it to hit with 100+ MPH winds.

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