Frank P
(Veteran Storm Chaser)
Tue Jul 05 2005 01:48 PM
Re: Cindy Winds should go way up at intermediate adv.

I think CIndy has an outside shot at getting to Cat 1, or at least affected areas on the east side could get hurricane force gusts... I am in the middle of my storm shutter project with about 6 of 15 windows complete... boy this sucks... I really hate the thought of this thing getting Cat 1 status as that is my criteria for putting up plywood.... on the other 9.... decisions decisions.... as for Dennis, like all the other storms the models with change with each passing run... I think its a little premature right now to predict where it will go 5 days out... two days ago most felt CIndy was a TX/west LA event... how things do change with these systems... and we all know it... so batten down the hatches and enjoy the ride, cause it gonna kick butt this year... two of the three storms hit on the n gulf coast... gee, is this a trend or what, now we certainly don't want 3 for 4, unless you are playing baseball... I'll provide some updates from the beach in Biloxi if Cindy has anything to offer tomorrow... now I'm going to have to go open up that new bottle of crown my friend gave me for my birthday.. cheers to my good pal Steve in NO.... I know he's just lovin it today too

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