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Hurricane Florence: Wind speed 115 knots, 130 miles per hour. Central pressure 950 millibars. (Advisory #49) Hurricane Helene: Wind speed 95 knots, 110 miles per hour. Central pressure 966 millibars. (Advisory #17) Tropical Storm Isaac: Wind speed 60 knots, 70 miles per hour. Central pressure 966 millibars. (Advisory #16)
Eastern/Central Pacific storms
Tropical Depression Paul: Wind speed 30 knots, 35 miles per hour. Central pressure 1005 millibars. (Advisory #13)
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