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#Kirk did not live long and prosper, for now. However #98L is likely undergoing TC Genesis and may succeed. Carolinas may want to watch.
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E at 12 mph
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GulfBreezeFL
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      #71511 - Sun Aug 27 2006 04:22 PM

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Re: Avatar test [Re: GulfBreezeFL]
      #71514 - Sun Aug 27 2006 04:25 PM

...Also a test....

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Miami - Hurricane Andrew
Port Saint Lucie - Hurricanes Francis & Jeanne
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