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Diver Joe, "The Diver Dude"
Bottom cleaning, hull cleaning, prop removal, prop maintenance, zinc inspection, zinc replacement, lost object recovery, underwater recovery, slavage, underater inspections ...
If it's below the waterline call:
Joe Condon "Diver Joe" at 239-470-2333
or email Joe at: TheDiverDude@gmail.com
Diving services provided in and around Cape Coral and Fort Myers, Florida

Latest: http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/tafb/surface_latest.pdf

The Tropical Analysis and Forecast Branch (TAFB) is a group of highly trained meteorologists who specialize in marine meteorology, tropical meteorology, satellite imagery interpretation, and tropical weather analysis. The TAFB is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days per year with at least three meteorologists working at all times, supplemented by additional staff during hurricane season. As an integral part of the National Hurricane Center, the TAFB performs forecasting, outreach, and support functions.

The TAFB forecasts over an area which covers 14,000,000 square nautical miles and produces over 100 products per day. TAFB products include but are not limited to the following: