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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 45 (Nate) , Major: 63 (Maria) Florida - Any: 73 (Irma) Major: 73 (Irma)
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Position History For Post-Tropical Cyclone Rina (2017)

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Adv#DateLatLongWindPresMovementTypeNameReceivedForecaster
111/06 5:00 AM28.9N50.2W35MPH1013mbE at 6 MPH (95 deg)TDTD#1911/06 8:19 PMStewart
211/06 11:00 AM29.5N50.4W35MPH1013mbNne at 3 MPH (15 deg)TDTD#1911/06 8:28 PMCangialosi
311/06 5:00 PM29.9N50.0W35MPH1013mbNne at 6 MPH (20 deg)TDTD#1911/06 8:29 PMCangialosi
411/06 11:00 PM30.4N49.9W40MPH1010mbN at 7 MPH (10 deg)TSRina11/06 11:05 PMBrennan
611/07 11:00 AM32.4N49.3W40MPH1008mbN at 15 MPH (10 deg)TSRina11/07 10:05 AMBlake
711/07 5:00 PM33.8N48.9W45MPH1006mbN at 18 MPH (10 deg)TSRina11/07 3:35 PMBlake
811/07 11:00 PM35.4N48.5W50MPH1000mbN at 18 MPH (10 deg)TSRina11/07 9:42 PMBrown
911/08 5:00 AM37.1N48.4W60MPH997mbN at 20 MPH (10 deg)TSRina11/08 3:36 AMStewart
1011/08 11:00 AM39.4N48.7W60MPH997mbN at 21 MPH (360 deg)TSRina11/08 9:47 AMBlake
1111/08 5:00 PM40.9N48.6W50MPH995mbN at 23 MPH (10 deg)TSRina11/08 3:32 PMBlake
1211/08 11:00 PM42.5N48.3W50MPH995mbNne at 23 MPH (20 deg)TSRina11/08 9:36 PMBrennan
1311/09 5:00 AM44.5N47.0W45MPH998mbNne at 23 MPH (30 deg)TSRina11/09 3:41 AMAvila
1411/09 11:00 AM47.0N45.5W45MPH998mbNe at 40 MPH (35 deg)PTCRina11/09 9:50 AMBlake
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