**** Hurricane Frances Forecast/Advisory Number 32
Statement as of 21:00Z on September 01, 2004
a Hurricane Warning remains in effect for the southeast and central Bahamas and for the Turks and Caicos Islands.
Hurricane Watch remains is in effect the northwest Bahamas.
A Hurricane Warning means that hurricane conditions are expected within the warning area within the next 24 hours. Preparations to protect life and property should be rushed to completion. A Hurricane Watch means that hurricane conditions are possible within the watch area...generally within 36 hours.
At 5 PM AST...2100z...the Tropical Storm Warning for the north coast of the Dominican Republic has been discontinued.
A Hurricane Watch will likely be issued for portions of the Florida East Coast tonight.
Hurricane center located near 22.0n 71.0w at 01/2100z position accurate within 15 nm
present movement toward the west-northwest or 290 degrees at 13 kt
estimated minimum central pressure 941 mb eye diameter 25 nm Max sustained winds 120 kt with gusts to 145 kt. 64 kt....... 70ne 55se 40sw 40nw. 50 kt.......120ne 75se 60sw 75nw. 34 kt.......160ne 130se 80sw 100nw. 12 ft seas..275ne 160se 160sw 275nw. Winds and seas vary greatly in each quadrant. Radii in nautical miles are the largest radii expected anywhere in that quadrant.
Repeat...center located near 22.0n 71.0w at 01/2100z at 01/1800z center was located near 21.8n 70.5w
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