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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
Moving:
Se at 3 mph
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30.8N 48.9W
Wind: 35MPH
Pres: 1014mb
Moving:
N at 7 mph
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23.8N 71.6W
Wind: 125MPH
Pres: 953mb
Moving:
Nnw at 9 mph
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Position History For Remnants Franklin (2017)

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Adv#DateLatLongWindPresMovementTypeNameReceivedForecaster
108/06 5:00 PM15.6N82.0W35MPH1008mbWnw at 12 MPH (290 deg)PtnlSeven08/06 4:42 PMPasch
1A08/06 8:00 PM16.1N82.7W35MPH1007mbWnw at 12 MPH (290 deg)PtnlSeven08/06 7:48 PMBrown/zelinsky
208/06 11:00 PM16.4N83.0W40MPH1006mbWnw at 13 MPH (295 deg)TSFranklin08/06 10:51 PMBrown
2A08/07 2:00 AM16.8N83.7W45MPH1005mbWnw at 13 MPH (295 deg)TSFranklin08/07 1:41 AMStewart
308/07 5:00 AM17.1N84.2W45MPH1005mbWnw at 13 MPH (300 deg)TSFranklin08/07 4:42 AMStewart
3A08/07 8:00 AM17.3N84.7W50MPH1004mbWnw at 13 MPH (300 deg)TSFranklin08/07 7:57 AMPasch
408/07 11:00 AM17.7N85.1W60MPH999mbWnw at 14 MPH (300 deg)TSFranklin08/07 10:37 AMPasch
4A08/07 2:00 PM18.0N85.4W60MPH999mbWnw at 13 MPH (300 deg)TSFranklin08/07 1:59 PMPasch
508/07 5:00 PM18.6N85.9W60MPH998mbNw at 13 MPH (310 deg)TSFranklin08/07 4:40 PMPasch
5A08/07 8:00 PM18.8N86.5W60MPH995mbNw at 13 MPH (310 deg)TSFranklin08/07 7:50 PMBerg
608/07 11:00 PM19.1N87.3W60MPH995mbWnw at 14 MPH (300 deg)TSFranklin08/07 10:58 PMBerg
6A08/08 2:00 AM19.1N88.0W60MPH996mbWnw at 14 MPH (295 deg)TSFranklin08/08 2:09 AMStewart/landsea
708/08 5:00 AM19.3N88.5W50MPH998mbWnw at 14 MPH (290 deg)TSFranklin08/08 4:54 AMStewart
7A08/08 8:00 AM19.5N89.1W45MPH999mbWnw at 14 MPH (290 deg)TSFranklin08/08 8:08 AMPasch
808/08 11:00 AM19.6N89.6W45MPH1001mbWnw at 13 MPH (290 deg)TSFranklin08/08 10:41 AMPasch
8A08/08 2:00 PM20.0N89.9W40MPH1002mbWnw at 12 MPH (290 deg)TSFranklin08/08 1:49 PMPasch
908/08 5:00 PM20.2N90.3W40MPH1001mbWnw at 12 MPH (290 deg)TSFranklin08/08 4:47 PMPasch
9A08/08 8:00 PM20.3N90.9W40MPH999mbWnw at 12 MPH (290 deg)TSFranklin08/08 8:01 PMBerg
1008/08 11:00 PM20.3N91.3W50MPH996mbWnw at 10 MPH (285 deg)TSFranklin08/08 10:59 PMBerg
10A08/09 2:00 AM20.4N92.1W60MPH994mbWnw at 10 MPH (285 deg)TSFranklin08/09 2:01 AMBeven
1108/09 5:00 AM20.4N92.7W65MPH994mbW at 13 MPH (280 deg)TSFranklin08/09 4:45 AMBeven
11A08/09 8:00 AM20.2N93.4W70MPH987mbW at 13 MPH (270 deg)TSFranklin08/09 7:53 AMPasch
1208/09 11:00 AM20.2N93.9W70MPH985mbW at 13 MPH (270 deg)TSFranklin08/09 11:00 AMPasch
12A08/09 2:00 PM20.2N94.4W70MPH984mbW at 13 MPH (270 deg)TSFranklin08/09 1:59 PMPasch
1308/09 5:00 PM20.1N94.9W75MPH984mbW at 12 MPH (270 deg)H1Franklin08/09 4:48 PMPasch
13A08/09 8:00 PM20.2N95.4W85MPH983mbW at 12 MPH (270 deg)H1Franklin08/09 7:56 PMAvila
1408/09 11:00 PM20.2N96.1W85MPH985mbW at 13 MPH (270 deg)H1Franklin08/09 10:48 PMAvila
14A08/10 2:00 AM20.0N96.7W85MPH988mbW at 13 MPH (260 deg)H1Franklin08/10 1:45 AMBeven
1508/10 5:00 AM19.9N97.6W70MPH992mbW at 15 MPH (260 deg)TSFranklin08/10 4:47 AMBeven
15A08/10 8:00 AM19.8N98.3W40MPH997mbW at 15 MPH (260 deg)TSFranklin08/10 7:59 AMPasch
1608/10 11:00 AM19.7N99.2W30MPH1000mbW at 20 MPH (260 deg)RemFranklin08/10 10:35 AMPasch
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