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August 11, 2004

Hurricane Charley, Tropical Storm Bonnie May Give Florida Double-Punch; Severe Storms In Northeast; Oklahoma Storms With 90 mph Wind Deadly; Vane Sales Go International; Nice Perseid Meteor Shower Shot, Info

Charley, with maximum sustained winds near 75 mph, became a hurricane this afternoon. Charley’s track, seen here, would put it over Florida Friday.

Tropical Storm Bonnie’s maximum sustained winds were near 60 mph, according to the 11 p.m. ET report. Bonnie is expected to move into Florida during the day Thursday. See her expected track, and get the latest updates from NOAA here. Additional stories:

Tropical Storm Updates, Images: Get the latest updates on both storms from the National Hurricane Center, as well as satellite imagery, and be sure to check out the Hurricane Tracker (Java, opens in new window).

Tropical Storm Bonnie in Gulf Of Mexico and Hurricane Charley in Atlantic Ocean, 12 a.m. EDT Thursday: (Link goes to live U.S. radar image)

Radar Image, 12 a.m. EDT Thursday

Additional hurricane Web sites are featured in the right columns of our National/International page and all coastal city pages.

Other Weather News: Severe storms are moving across the Northeast this afternoon. Get the latest radar and webcam images in your nearest city via the interactive radar map or text list. Check the latest watches and warnings from the National Weather Service

Storms hit Oklahoma with 90 mph winds, leave woman dead. Coverage from ChannelOklahoma.com

Vane sales: What started as a hobby in a garage has turned into a booming business for a North Dakota family. Details

Nice Perseid meteor shot from Astronomy Picture of the Day

Details on the Perseid meteor shower, which peaks early tomorrow morning with 60 meteors per hour, is at SpaceWeather.com

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