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Re: Vortex message
      Wed Oct 19 2005 07:46 PM

I am guessing the Florida Keys right now seeing this more westernly track, and if it actually have a direct hit Cancun in Mexico. This Walma should weaken to a cat 3 or 2 by the time it hits. The Dry air in Gulf of Mexico right now wont be a problem for Wilma like this.

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* The forecast track of Wilma the young weatherman Wed Oct 19 2005 07:46 PM
. * * Re: Vortex message Steeler Fan   Wed Oct 19 2005 01:14 PM
. * * Re: Vortex message the young weatherman   Wed Oct 19 2005 07:46 PM
. * * Re: Vortex message the young weatherman   Sat Oct 22 2005 10:56 AM
. * * Re: Vortex message the young weatherman   Sun Oct 23 2005 06:56 PM
. * * Re: Vortex message Random Chaos   Tue Oct 18 2005 08:51 PM

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