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EastPac: Chritina- Now Category 4
      Thu Jun 12 2014 09:20 AM

Hurricane Christina is now a category 4, and still looking very impressive this morning. It has a chance to hit Cat 5. With two major hurricanes before mid-June, the east pacific is fring like crazy.

Christina is a fairly small hurricane (similar to Charley / Andrew in overall size), but still is a very powerful category 4 system.

Thankfully, staying away from land. Typically when the east pacific is very active, the Atlantic is not so much.

Floater sat page for Christina

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