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The Atlantic's strongest and longest-lived named storm of 2014, Edouard, is near the end of its life. Passage over waters cooler than 23°C (73°F) have resulted in the loss of all of Edouard's heavy thunderstorms, and satellite images show that Edouard is just a swirl of low clouds. Edouard will likely be declared dead by Saturday morning.
Looks like that wind I warned people about in my Fantasy Fishing post earlier this week came a day early, postponing things for a day. So what impact will that have on the event, and what of the days to come?
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