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Tropical Storm Imelda forms from TD#11 near the Texas Coast TS Warning has been issued for the coast of Texas from Sargent to Port Bolivar.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 11 (Dorian) , Major: 342 (Michael) Florida - Any: 342 (Michael) Major: 342 (Michael)
31.7N 69.6W
Wind: 115MPH
Pres: 951mb
Ene at 16 mph
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14.1N 47.7W
Wind: 45MPH
Pres: 1004mb
Wnw at 13 mph
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30.0N 95.6W
Wind: 30MPH
Pres: 1007mb
N at 5 mph
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      #99163 - Fri Apr 20 2018 12:08 AM

Hi All!

Sorry for the sort of off topic...(

i am developing a small UI program to show NCEP grib-filtered data
It is freeware, have no viruses etc... )))

Any feedback is welcome!
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Re: GFS-view [Re: BadProg]
      #99418 - Thu Aug 30 2018 01:32 AM

Hi there!

Now GFS-view goes Open Source

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