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Bermuda lashed by Humberto last night. TS Watches up for NE Carib, but Jerry likely to stay north of direct impact there and go out to sea.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 13 (Dorian) , Major: 343 (Michael) Florida - Any: 343 (Michael) Major: 343 (Michael)
36.8N 60.0W
Wind: 110MPH
Pres: 955mb
Ne at 24 mph
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16.8N 54.4W
Wind: 75MPH
Pres: 988mb
Wnw at 16 mph
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30.5N 95.5W
Wind: 25MPH
Pres: 1009mb
Nw at 6 mph
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Member # 2008  
Name David Boivin  
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Occupation Avionics  
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Bio Weather hobbiest. Experienced Hurricane Elena Typhoons Dinah and Thelma in Okinawa 1987. Dinah was a Cat 4/5 equivalent and we felt Cat 3. Experienced countless TS systems in Texas, Florida, Southern Cal, Okinawa and Northern Japan.  
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Number of Years Tracking Storms 23 
Registered on Fri Jun 10 2005 09:27 AM  

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