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Old 09-21-2017, 03:03 PM
 
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Cambium, it's showing Donna in Keys and then again on West Coast.
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Ugh, it does! So why doesn't it show NJ for Irene............... ahhh, "Hurricanes" only. Not Tropical storms. Irene was a TS hitting NJ then another landfall in NYC
TerraDown, that is just the landfalls for Florida. If you look at the map you can also see Donna made landfalls again in North Carolina and on Short Island!

So I count at least 4 landfalls for Donna!
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