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East Pac Sergio now a Rapidly Intensifying Hurricane
      #74156 - Tue Nov 14 2006 07:56 PM





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Re: Still Quiet [Re: cieldumort]
      #74190 - Sat Nov 25 2006 09:48 PM

Folks in the philippines better be thinking of starting there preparations as 24W continues to intensify and most likely will become a supertyphoon and threaten the area.

Here is a view of 24W from NRL...



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