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Position History For Post-Tropical Cyclone Erin (2019)

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Adv#DateLatLongWindPresMovementTypeNameReceivedForecaster
108/26 5:00 PM31.7N72.5W35MPH1010mbE at 2 MPH (80 deg)TDTD#608/26 4:45 PMBrown
208/26 11:00 PM31.5N72.2W35MPH1010mbE at 3 MPH (100 deg)TDTD#608/26 10:54 PMLatto/pasch
308/27 5:00 AM31.0N71.6W35MPH1010mbSe at 2 MPH (125 deg)TDTD#608/27 4:57 AMRoberts
408/27 11:00 AM31.2N71.2W35MPH1008mbN at 2 MPH (360 deg)TDTD#608/27 10:42 AMAvila
508/27 5:00 PM31.8N71.8W35MPH1008mbNnw at 7 MPH (344 deg)TDTD#608/27 4:39 PMAvila
608/27 11:00 PM31.9N72.1W40MPH1005mbW at 2 MPH (270 deg)TSErin08/27 10:51 PMLatto/pasch
708/28 5:00 AM32.5N72.4W40MPH1005mbNnw at 6 MPH (330 deg)TSErin08/28 4:36 AMRoberts
808/28 11:00 AM33.6N72.8W35MPH1006mbNnw at 13 MPH (340 deg)TDERIN08/28 10:39 AMBrown
908/28 5:00 PM34.5N72.7W35MPH1006mbN at 13 MPH (360 deg)TDERIN08/28 4:45 PMBrown
1008/28 11:00 PM35.6N72.1W35MPH1005mbNne at 21 MPH (25 deg)TDERIN08/28 10:42 PMLatto/pasch
1108/29 5:00 AM36.1N71.6W35MPH1005mbNne at 15 MPH (25 deg)PTCErin08/29 4:54 AMBeven
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