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LI Phil
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NEW THREAD!!! [Re: Ricreig]
      #23550 - Thu Sep 02 2004 11:56 PM

Richard,

You are an excellent poster, but Mike has had a new thread up for like two hours. Please please post there! Thanks!

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Re: Closer... more detail/cities/streets [Re: SkeetoBite]
      #23560 - Fri Sep 03 2004 12:14 AM

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Thanks a lot for your answer....... Will you post an other map after the 11pm forecast from the National Weather Service?




The wind maps will be updated as significant changes in the forecast coordinates are released. We'll be watching all advisories until Frances is no longer a hurricane.


Skeetobite, I hope you can get the NHC to release forecast maps depiciting the detail and information at a glance as well as you do it. As long as it they continue to release 'postage stamp' maps with 12 point lines representing the path, people will continue to both ask 'so am I affected?' and think of a hurricane hundres of miles across as a point not much bigger than their back yard.

Thanks for doing this, for your efforts on our behalf, and for the attitude that profit would be nice, but this is NOT the time, it time for someone, someone to think like you do, a job that needs to be done and then *does* it. Kind of like the people that created and maintain this site....not for the money it *could* make if commercialized, but for the satisfaction of providing a NEEDED SERVICE. My hat is off to you (in fact, Charley blew it off and if you find it, I live at ....)

Thanks for a job well done!

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Re: Hurricane Frances Still on Track TD#9 forms in Eastern Atlantic [Re: Colleen A.]
      #23774 - Fri Sep 03 2004 01:19 PM

Hi !
I am here in Yauco, Puerto Rico.
We just missed Frances and are looking out for Ivan.
I have family in Florida and am worried . Send any info available.

Thanks



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