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Re: Going Greek
      Fri Sep 18 2020 05:59 PM

NOAA article explaining this system and why we're now Greek in 2020

With Alpha, 2020 Atlantic tropical storm names go Greek

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* Going Greek cieldumortModerator Fri Sep 18 2020 05:59 PM
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