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Recon flying both PTC2 (former 94L) and 95L again today, Thursday. Hurricane Watch for Nicaragua/Coasta Rica border region.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 289 (Nicholas) , Major: 305 (Ida) Florida - Any: 1359 (Michael) Major: 1359 (Michael)
11.8N 77.7W
Wind: 40MPH
Pres: 1005mb
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W at 21 mph
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GuppieGrouper
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Critter Report
      #68575 - Sun Jul 30 2006 10:03 PM

I do not know if a hurricane or even a tropical depression is developing, but the critters are sensing something around. I had a Florida spider get into my house two days ago. It is not unusual except it has not happened since last hurricane season. I have also noticed my flock of domestic animals being edgy such as the 6 cats and dog.
Tonight is full of heat lightning but not much else. The red tide is reported to be back in the Gulf coastal area around the Central Florida beaches.There is definitely something going on that is tropical. We can hope it is again nothing more than a few lows in the area fighting it out with some high pressure areas. I could use a hurricane day, but would rather it be a false alarm.

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