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morae
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Compass Heading For Fay
      #82458 - Wed Aug 20 2008 01:28 PM

Does anyone know the compass heading of Fay as of 0900Z? NHC's Discussion #19 and Public Advisory #'s 19 and 19a just state a north direcction.

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Re: Compass Heading For Fay [Re: morae]
      #82461 - Wed Aug 20 2008 01:47 PM

Just North in general would be "0" degrees.

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