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Brian
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What to expect from the Charlie
      #19128 - Wed Aug 11 2004 09:02 PM

I am new to Florida I live in Zephryhills, And it looks like Charlie is going to hit south of Tampa. Was wondering what I kind of expect here ??.

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Re: What to expect from the Charlie [Re: Brian]
      #19136 - Wed Aug 11 2004 09:11 PM

It all depends on how strong the storm is at lanfall and how close the eye is to Zephryhills. Lots of rain and wind I can tell you that much. Just be prepared! You never know.

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