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Flood Emergencies in N. Carolina with up to a record 40" of rain that's still falling. Elsewhere, watching Invest Isaac closely in NW Car.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 5 (Florence) , Major: 364 (Maria) Florida - Any: 374 (Irma) Major: 374 (Irma)
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Name Jane Feehan  
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Total Posts 9  
Birthday 8/31 
Occupation Writer, public relations, college instructor  
Location Fort Lauderdale, Florida 26.96N 80.09W  
Bio Writer (published by Sun-Sentinel, Houston Chronicle, Architectural West and more...) and public relations practitioner.  
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Number of Years Tracking Storms 15 
Registered on Thu May 19 2005 10:22 PM  

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