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TD#2 forming off the coast of North Carolina, moving away, advisories to begin at 11AM EDT.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 228 (Zeta) , Major: 291 (Laura) Florida - Any: 977 (Michael) Major: 977 (Michael)
35.0N 73.7W
Wind: 35MPH
Pres: 1006mb
Moving:
Ne at 21 mph
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allan
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Loc: Palm Coast, Florida
immediate will not survive, weak might
      #69942 - Wed Aug 09 2006 09:25 PM

Ya I noticed that too, could it be another area? Though I see nothing lol. Maybe they must have made a mistake or something. You are right... we may not see anything happen. I think tommorrow the big day for this storm. If if doesnt become Debby it won't develop. Though it is entering a very favorable somewhat dry environment. I see development soon. Blow up maybe starting right now like Dem05 says. That could be number one sign of development. We'll see what happens.

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Allan Reed - 18,9,5


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