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11/25/2013
25 November 2013 Update
Hatfield Knob is working his way south relatively quickly in recent days. He was in southern Quebc and in the last 3 days has worked his way through Vermont and is in southeastern NY near Albany.

Hytop has apparently been liking the rural areas of southern Ontario southwest of London and has been there for about a week now.




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