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Re: Hurricane Otto
      Thu Nov 24 2016 09:35 AM

Otto now is a VERY strong Cat 2 with winds of 110mph. Some additional strengthening is possible before landfall. Crazy to have a storm on the verge of Major status at only 11.0 degrees north!

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* Powerful Hurricane Otto Inland cieldumort Thu Nov 24 2016 09:35 AM
. * * Re: Hurricane Otto Kraig   Thu Nov 24 2016 09:35 AM
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