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#Barry now a sprawling Post-Tropical Cyclone, but still producing flooding. Few disturbances in the Atlantic we are keeping eyes on.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 3 (Barry) , Major: 278 (Michael) Florida - Any: 278 (Michael) Major: 278 (Michael)
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Pres: 1011mb
Ne at 21 mph
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Josh Delsman
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iPad/Web-based Tracking App -
      #89606 - Mon Sep 20 2010 12:30 AM

Hey all,

Just wanted to give a brief into to, which is a live, web-based hurricane tracking application. You can take a look at the site, as well as a short introductory video by me (Josh) here:

Let me know your thoughts, criticisms, suggestions, questions, feature ideas and requests, etc. Thanks!

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