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Pre-season #Andrea weakens in face of shear and may become a remnant circulation today
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 223 (Michael) , Major: 223 (Michael) Florida - Any: 223 (Michael) Major: 223 (Michael)
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Ene at 8 mph
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terminology *Killed -- Sent to Graveyard*
      #53501 - Fri Sep 02 2005 10:22 AM

This post was sent to the Hurricane Graveyard

This is a duplicate post to one in the Q&A forum asked by the same user and without being able to move the entire thread out of here, I took care of it best I could here. Just a heads-up. --Clark

Edited by Clark (Fri Sep 02 2005 05:06 PM)

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Re: terminology [Re: robere]
      #53510 - Fri Sep 02 2005 10:54 AM

I am not qualified to tell you how they determine the "number" of the invest but, invest means an area of interest. If you register perhaps one of the METs on here could PM you a more detailed response.

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