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Loc: Pinellas Park, FL 27.83N 82.69W
Re: 93L is now 13L [Re: LoisCane]
      #92118 - Thu Sep 01 2011 09:36 PM

A more westward track for Katia is a concern, especially for the areas already impacted by Irene. It's not a situation that anyone wants to deal with.

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Loc: Maryland 38.98N 76.50W
Re: 93L is now 13L [Re: MichaelA]
      #92119 - Thu Sep 01 2011 09:38 PM

FYI: There is a new thread up.

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