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Recon has departed Keesler to check out #93L in the SW Gulf. #92L is now just inland along SE GA coast. June systems can dump lots of rain.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 297 (Idalia) , Major: 297 (Idalia) Florida - Any: 297 (Idalia) Major: 297 (Idalia)
 


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. Re: Beta... 2005 News Talkbacks meranto Fri Oct 28 2005 07:25 AM
. Re: Wilma Approaching the Yucatan Peninsula 2005 News Talkbacks meranto Fri Oct 21 2005 09:50 AM
. Re: Wilma, Category 5 and Breaking Records 2005 News Talkbacks meranto Wed Oct 19 2005 09:55 AM
. Re: Wilma, Category 5 and Breaking Records 2005 News Talkbacks meranto Wed Oct 19 2005 08:32 AM
. Re: CONFIRMED per NHC: Wilma strongest hurricane ever in Atlantic Basin 2005 News Talkbacks meranto Wed Oct 19 2005 08:09 AM
. Re: Records 2005 News Talkbacks meranto Wed Oct 19 2005 05:32 AM
. Re: Records 2005 News Talkbacks meranto Wed Oct 19 2005 05:20 AM
. Re: More Changes 2005 News Talkbacks meranto Wed Oct 19 2005 04:43 AM
. Re: Wilma Becomes Category 5 Hurricane 2005 News Talkbacks meranto Wed Oct 19 2005 03:08 AM
. Re: Its official - Europes first on record 2005 News Talkbacks meranto Wed Oct 12 2005 07:47 AM
. Re: latest adv. on stan 2005 News Talkbacks meranto Tue Oct 04 2005 04:38 AM
. Zoe Hurricane History meranto Mon Sep 26 2005 11:44 AM

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