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doug
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Re: Western Caribbean october 20th-30th
      Mon Oct 19 2020 09:53 AM

I have my eye on the area over the Bahamas, which today is affecting soutern florida with some healthy rain and some indication of counter clockwise motion.

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* Western Caribbean october 20th-30th Robert Mon Oct 19 2020 09:53 AM
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