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Clark
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Loc: Great Lakes
Re: Hurricane Emily; Gaining Strength
      Thu Jul 14 2005 07:03 PM

The current forecast is for the storm to generally move west-northwest. If the upper-level steering pattern moreso favors an enahnced westward movement, or if the storm were to weaken significantly (not likely), then the storm could move even further towards the west than is current projected.

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* Hurricane Emily; Gaining Strength jrhurricane Thu Jul 14 2005 07:03 PM
. * * Re: Hurricane Emily; Gaining Strength johnnylightning   Thu Jul 14 2005 06:53 PM
. * * Re: Hurricane Emily; Gaining Strength Clark   Thu Jul 14 2005 07:03 PM
. * * Re: Hurricane Emily; Gaining Strength jrhurricane   Sat Jul 16 2005 04:50 PM

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