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Azores #96L fails to complete transition into a Sub-Tropical Storm. Elsewhere, weak low pressure in Caribbean may linger into next week.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 43 (Nate) , Major: 61 (Maria) Florida - Any: 71 (Irma) Major: 71 (Irma)
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shannon
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Re: The Big Storm Naming Dilemma
      Thu Oct 20 2005 01:06 PM

They can't just go back to A and run through the alphabet again?

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* The Big Storm Naming Dilemma dave foster Thu Oct 20 2005 01:06 PM
. * * Re: The Big Storm Naming Dilemma shannon   Thu Oct 20 2005 01:06 PM
. * * Re: The Big Storm Naming Dilemma Multi-Decadal Signal   Tue Oct 11 2005 05:46 PM
. * * Re: The Big Storm Naming Dilemma HanKFranK   Wed Oct 12 2005 12:54 PM
. * * Re: The Big Storm Naming Dilemma Margie   Sat Oct 15 2005 01:13 PM
. * * Re: The Big Storm Naming Dilemma NewWatcher   Thu Oct 13 2005 10:44 AM
. * * Re: The Big Storm Naming Dilemma Big Kahuna   Fri Oct 14 2005 01:53 PM

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