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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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31.9N 49.2W
Wind: 40MPH
Pres: 1009mb
Moving:
N at 6 mph
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24.8N 72.0W
Wind: 120MPH
Pres: 952mb
Moving:
Nnw at 9 mph
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