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Re: Hurricane Nate in the Gulf
      Sat Oct 07 2017 10:36 AM

Recon is finding pressures lower on the most recent pass, may be up to Category 2 now. 90-95mph winds from recon. Also the system is west of the official track line. Moving VERY fast too. It has a shot at cat 3 before landfall, depends on if it hold together or not, and there are no obvious issues heading into the coast. East side remains where all the weather is.




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