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#98L 90% odds SE Coast should watch. NEW #99L easy 50%+ odds. Caribbean threat next week. Also a Low in the W Gulf. Season has arrived.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 41 (Barry) , Major: 317 (Michael) Florida - Any: 317 (Michael) Major: 317 (Michael)
35.6N 40.9W
Wind: 30MPH
Pres: 1014mb
S at 6 mph
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Profile for Terry Johnson
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Name Terry Johnson  
Title Verified CFHC User  
Total Posts 11  
Birthday 5/17 
Occupation IT Manager  
Hobbies Amateur Rocketry, Watercolors, stained glass, dog breeding and showing (conformation)  
Location Tarpon Springs, FL  
Bio From the small town of Sebring, Ohio (yes, founded by the same family) Been a weather buff for 30 years, paying attention mostly to tornadoes and lake effect snow!!! Now I don't have to worry about shoveling that stuff.  
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AIM Tarpon Terry51 
Registered on Thu Sep 02 2004 05:06 PM  

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