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Major Hurricane John Setting Sights on Baja - Several top models shift hard right
      Fri Sep 01 2006 03:17 AM

Hurricane John, who has recently been a Charley-like Cat. 4 and brushed along the western coast of central Mexico, does now have his sights on the tip of Baja. Many models have shifted more and more to the right, and several now in fact clearly suggest a trip up along the western coast of Baja California.

As of this post update (2:40 AM CDT) Navy at 115MPH Cat 3
SSD CI 5.5 117MPH
Raw CIMSS ADT 6.l 134MPH





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Wunderground model plots page for John

Wunderground historical track plots of similarly located tropical cyclones



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* Major Hurricane John Setting Sights on Baja - Several top models shift hard right cieldumort Fri Sep 01 2006 03:17 AM
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