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Area in Gulf (92L) Up to 80%. This will likely be mostly a rain event on the east side (perhaps well east) of landfall later.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 229 (Zeta) , Major: 292 (Laura) Florida - Any: 979 (Michael) Major: 979 (Michael)
40.5N 62.0W
Wind: 60MPH
Pres: 998mb
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Ne at 38 mph
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JoshuaK
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Re: East Atlantic Wave [Re: MikeC]
      #97738 - Mon Jul 10 2017 05:25 PM

I'm seeing two distinct CoC's with the system right now, one at about 62W/21N, and the second at 63.5W/21.8N. I think the former might be weakening and getting overtaken by the latter.

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