Position History For Remnants Nana (2020)

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Adv#DateLatLongWindPresMovementTypeNameReceivedForecaster
109/01 11:00 AM16.1N77.5W40MPH1005mbW at 18 MPH (285 deg)PtnlSixteen09/01 11:02 AMStewart
209/01 1:00 PM16.6N77.9W50MPH1004mbW at 16 MPH (280 deg)TSNana09/01 12:50 PMStewart/blake
2A09/01 2:00 PM16.7N78.4W50MPH1002mbW at 18 MPH (275 deg)TSNana09/01 1:54 PMStewart
309/01 5:00 PM16.8N79.3W50MPH1002mbW at 18 MPH (275 deg)TSNana09/01 4:53 PMStewart
3A09/01 8:00 PM16.9N80.1W50MPH1002mbW at 18 MPH (275 deg)TSNana09/01 7:59 PMBrown
409/01 11:00 PM17.0N80.9W60MPH999mbW at 18 MPH (270 deg)TSNana09/01 10:38 PMBrown
4A09/02 2:00 AM17.0N81.8W60MPH1000mbW at 18 MPH (270 deg)TSNana09/02 1:41 AMPasch
509/02 5:00 AM17.0N82.7W60MPH997mbW at 18 MPH (270 deg)TSNana09/02 4:42 AMPasch
5A09/02 8:00 AM17.1N83.7W60MPH996mbW at 18 MPH (270 deg)TSNana09/02 7:47 AMBeven
609/02 11:00 AM17.1N84.6W60MPH998mbW at 17 MPH (270 deg)TSNana09/02 10:47 AMBeven
6A09/02 2:00 PM17.1N85.1W60MPH999mbW at 16 MPH (270 deg)TSNana09/02 1:44 PMBeven
709/02 5:00 PM17.0N85.9W60MPH999mbW at 15 MPH (270 deg)TSNana09/02 4:38 PMBeven
7A09/02 8:00 PM17.0N86.8W60MPH994mbW at 15 MPH (270 deg)TSNana09/02 7:50 PMBrown
809/02 11:00 PM17.0N87.5W75MPH994mbW at 16 MPH (265 deg)H1Nana09/02 10:53 PMBrown
8A09/03 2:00 AM16.8N88.3W75MPH995mbWsw at 16 MPH (255 deg)H1Nana09/03 1:56 AMBrown
9A09/03 8:00 AM16.6N89.7W60MPH1000mbWsw at 15 MPH (255 deg)TSNana09/03 7:53 AMBeven
1009/03 11:00 AM16.4N90.3W45MPH1004mbW at 15 MPH (260 deg)TSNana09/03 10:35 AMBeven
10A09/03 2:00 PM16.3N90.6W40MPH1005mbW at 14 MPH (260 deg)TSNana09/03 1:44 PMBeven
1109/03 5:00 PM16.0N91.1W35MPH1006mbWsw at 14 MPH (255 deg)TDNANA09/03 4:42 PMBeven
1209/03 11:00 PM15.6N92.0W30MPH1007mbWsw at 14 MPH (250 deg)RemNana09/03 10:42 PMBrown
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