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The Atlantic is mostly quiet now.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 281 (Nate) , Major: 299 (Maria) Florida - Any: 308 (Irma) Major: 308 (Irma)
38.6N 62.4W
Wind: 35MPH
Pres: 1011mb
Ene at 13 mph
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Profile for Perry
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Member # 4375  
Name Perry Williams  
Title Registered User  
Total Posts 4  
Birthday 10/11 
Occupation caretaker; writer  
Hobbies storms/ weather; sports; music; assisting children in need  
Location Douglasville, Georgia  
Bio Began researching hurricanes in 1974; began chasing them in 1979 (Frederic). Possess a great deal of knowledge of climatology re: historical Atlantic hurricanes; also major U.S. tornado outbreaks.  
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Number of Years Tracking Storms 32 
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Registered on Sun Jun 04 2006 07:48 PM  

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