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Cristobal slightly stronger with 45MPH winds. Flooding rainfall in the Tabasco, Veracruz, and Campeche regions of Mexico.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 270 (Dorian) , Major: 601 (Michael) Florida - Any: 601 (Michael) Major: 601 (Michael)
19.1N 92.3W
Wind: 50MPH
Pres: 996mb
S at 1 mph
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Re: Grace Forecast Lounge
      Sat Sep 05 2015 04:41 PM

TD #7 has been upgraded to Tropical Storm Grace.

Edited by Ed Dunham (Sat Sep 05 2015 07:01 PM)

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* Grace Forecast Lounge cieldumort Sat Sep 05 2015 04:41 PM
. * * Re: Grace Forecast Lounge cieldumort   Fri Sep 11 2015 07:19 PM
. * * Re: Grace Forecast Lounge MikeCAdministrator   Sun Sep 06 2015 01:01 PM
. * * Re: TD 7 Forecast Lounge cieldumort   Sat Sep 05 2015 01:57 PM
. * * Re: Grace Forecast Lounge DaViking   Sat Sep 05 2015 04:41 PM
. * * Re: Grace Forecast Lounge MikeCAdministrator   Sat Sep 05 2015 08:10 PM
. * * Re: New Wave: Invest 91L craigm   Fri Sep 04 2015 03:36 PM

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