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Loc: Beautiful Honolulu Hawaii 21.30N 157.83W
Re: Fred not dead! [Re: JoshuaK]
      #86968 - Fri Sep 25 2009 05:57 PM

Thanks Joshua. I'd recommend posting to the new discussion "Tropical Depression 8 Forms! Tropical Storm GRACE in the Making ??", as the 5,000+ posts here are HISTORY (Freds' story, mostly).

OR! I'm sure Mike will be opening a new forum post soon, now that advisories have been issued, so y'all can post there.

Just a suggestion, as "Conditions Not Good for Development" and "Fred not dead!" are clearly no longer applicable. Just goes to show how S-L-O-W this season has been, Pacific Basins notwithstanding.


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