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Pete Creedon
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Loc: Nantucket MA.
Christmas hurricane of 1994
      Wed May 18 2005 09:07 PM

Has the NHC officially deemed this an actual storm yet? This system was a warm core, and Nantucket(where I live) had a gust was 88 MPH. I do believe it broke away from its parent front at about 99 miles east of Virginia.

All you New Englanders would know what i am talking about.

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* Christmas hurricane of 1994 Pete Creedon Wed May 18 2005 09:07 PM
. * * hyrbrids, subtropical & extratropical storms LI Phil   Sat May 21 2005 08:25 PM
. * * Re: hyrbrids, subtropical & extratropical storms Lysis   Sat May 21 2005 08:58 PM
. * * Re: hyrbrids, subtropical & extratropical storms B.C.Francis   Sun May 22 2005 09:12 AM
. * * Re: hyrbrids, subtropical & extratropical storms Lysis   Mon May 23 2005 03:58 PM

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