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Recon finds #HurricaneZeta Hurricane Force windfield has intensified and expanded and pressure now down to 982mb
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 18 (Delta) , Major: 62 (Laura) Florida - Any: 748 (Michael) Major: 748 (Michael)
24.3N 91.5W
Wind: 75MPH
Pres: 988mb
Moving:
Nw at 15 mph
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berrywr
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Re: Karl - Forecast Lounge
      Wed Sep 15 2010 12:04 AM

Simple, the upper ridge over the southern tier of the US is expected to amplify and send Karl to the west and possibly southwest near the end of the period. Karl is no threat to TX or the Gulf coast.

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