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August 24, 1998 | From Reuters
Hurricane Bonnie slowed down and powered up in the Atlantic Ocean east of the Bahamas on Sunday and was expected to take a track that could see it slam into the U.S. East Coast by midweek. Bonnie's top winds hit 115 mph as it stalled near the Bahamas, making it a major hurricane capable of causing extensive damage.
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August 25, 1998 | From Associated Press
Hurricane Bonnie kicked up pounding surf and deadly riptides along the East Coast Monday as it churned out in the Atlantic with 115-mph winds, its course so erratic that forecasters couldn't say when or if it might hit land. "It's driving me bananas," said Jerry Jarrell, director of the National Hurricane Center near Miami. "I've lost almost all my hair just this morning because of that." A hurricane watch was issued Monday afternoon for much of the Southeast coast.
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August 25, 1998 | From Associated Press
Hurricane Bonnie kicked up pounding surf and deadly riptides along the East Coast Monday as it churned out in the Atlantic with 115-mph winds, its course so erratic that forecasters couldn't say when or if it might hit land. "It's driving me bananas," said Jerry Jarrell, director of the National Hurricane Center near Miami. "I've lost almost all my hair just this morning because of that." A hurricane watch was issued Monday afternoon for much of the Southeast coast.
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August 24, 1998 | From Reuters
Hurricane Bonnie slowed down and powered up in the Atlantic Ocean east of the Bahamas on Sunday and was expected to take a track that could see it slam into the U.S. East Coast by midweek. Bonnie's top winds hit 115 mph as it stalled near the Bahamas, making it a major hurricane capable of causing extensive damage.
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