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Cristobal a little stronger this morning, rainbands affecting parts of the coast now, and a large rain shield over Florida.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 274 (Dorian) , Major: 605 (Michael) Florida - Any: 605 (Michael) Major: 605 (Michael)
25.2N 90.2W
Wind: 50MPH
Pres: 994mb
N at 12 mph
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Name Mark  
Title Weather Watcher  
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Location Hollywood, FL 26.02N/80.20W and Canton, Georgia 34.236N -84.49W  
Bio While I have always had a fascination with hurricanes, I only began seriously tracking storms during the exciting 2004 season.
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September, 2004.  
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Registered on Wed Jul 20 2005 08:07 PM  

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