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#Maria affecting DR, Approaching Turks and Caicos, but very likely to stay well east of the mainland US. PR seeing the last bands today.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 2 (Maria) , Major: 2 (Maria) Florida - Any: 12 (Irma) Major: 12 (Irma)
39.3N 69.1W
Wind: 45MPH
Pres: 996mb
Se at 3 mph
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30.8N 48.9W
Wind: 35MPH
Pres: 1014mb
N at 7 mph
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23.8N 71.6W
Wind: 125MPH
Pres: 953mb
Nnw at 9 mph
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Position History For Potential Tropical Cyclone Ten (2017)

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108/27 5:00 PM31.2N80.0W35MPH1007mbStationaryPtnlTen08/27 4:54 PMBrennan
1A08/27 8:00 PM30.9N80.3W35MPH1007mbStationaryPtnlTen08/27 7:38 PMCangialosi
208/27 11:00 PM30.5N80.8W35MPH1007mbStationaryPtnlTen08/27 10:35 PMCangialosi
2A08/28 2:00 AM30.3N81.0W35MPH1007mbStationaryPtnlTen08/28 1:47 AMLandsea
308/28 5:00 AM30.3N81.0W35MPH1007mbStationaryPtnlTen08/28 4:56 AMLandsea
3A08/28 8:00 AM31.0N80.7W35MPH1007mbStationaryPtnlTen08/28 7:47 AMAvila
508/28 5:00 PM32.2N79.9W40MPH1006mbNe at 12 MPH (40 deg)PtnlTen08/28 4:41 PMAvila
5A08/28 8:00 PM32.4N79.7W40MPH1006mbNe at 12 MPH (40 deg)PtnlTen08/28 7:50 PMCangialosi
6A08/29 2:00 AM32.5N79.5W40MPH1006mbNne at 7 MPH (20 deg)PtnlTen08/29 1:53 AMLandsea
708/29 5:00 AM33.5N78.5W40MPH1006mbNe at 12 MPH (45 deg)PtnlTen08/29 5:02 AMLandsea
808/29 11:00 AM34.4N77.2W40MPH1006mbNe at 17 MPH (45 deg)PtnlTen08/29 10:40 AMBerg
908/29 5:00 PM36.0N74.3W45MPH1003mbNe at 24 MPH (50 deg)PtnlTen08/29 4:35 PMBerg
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