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Edouard moving away, watching 98L near FL Panhandle that may form once it moves into the Atlantic, and more.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 305 (Dorian) , Major: 636 (Michael) Florida - Any: 636 (Michael) Major: 636 (Michael)
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Member # 6581  
Name Michael G Croteau  
Title Weather Hobbyist  
Total Posts 51  
Occupation instructor  
Hobbies God, wife, kids, church, reading, Sudoku, games, walking, tracking storms!  
Location Treasure Coast FL 27.60N 80.41W  
Bio Born Coral Gables 1961, raised in Miami, earliest memory Hurricane Cleo, experienced Hurricane Gloria at sea on nuclear submarine, just missed by Andrew eyewall (nuclear plant I worked at was trashed), just moved back to FL from TN 2006.  
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Number of Years Tracking Storms 20 
Registered on Wed Aug 15 2007 03:32 PM  

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