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Re: Subtropical System Landfalls at the Cape
      Thu Oct 13 2011 06:18 PM

Ok boys and girls...the show aint over. The system in the Western Caribbean looks like it is trying to organize. Buoy 42057 is showing some pretty good pressure falls here in the last 4 hours (1010mb to 1004mb). This could be a problem for the NE Gulf if this gets its act together

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