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Depression-Like System now bringing banding and training Heavy rains and Tstorms to parts of Tx. May drench the region for several days.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 254 (Nate) , Major: 272 (Maria) Florida - Any: 281 (Irma) Major: 281 (Irma)
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      #80996 - Sat Jul 26 2008 04:24 PM

hello everone my name is tommy. my s.c. name is riderinthewind51 all my friends call me rider. anyway im new on here but i have been looking at CFHC for a long time now. and i injoy everone posting . in the 8 years i have been tracking hurri. you guys have help me alot in doing so with your posting and links you put in here. im 59 and im in mississippi home of Katrina we have a saying here if you had it Katrina got it. . guess we all can lay back some and keep a eye on the models and see what comes up next . so for to me its been a good season and i my self i like it like that . i dont wish a hurri. on anyone . right now i just dont see anything forming for a week or so . c u later.


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