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Depression-Like Low Stuck over South TX. Torrential rains, Flash Flooding, Gusts to 40 MPH, isolated Tornadoes/Waterspouts continue
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 255 (Nate) , Major: 273 (Maria) Florida - Any: 283 (Irma) Major: 283 (Irma)
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Name John  
Title Registered User  
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Occupation Clinical Laboratory Scientist  
Hobbies Bible Studies, Photography  
Bio I am a Medical Technologist. I analyze blood and body fluids at a local hospital. I live in Port St. Lucie, one of the few towns on the Treasure Coast of Florida that has made record books by being directly hit with two hurricanes in one month.
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Number of Years Tracking Storms 10 
Registered on Wed Aug 02 2006 01:18 PM  

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