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Charley in Jacksonville?
      #20023 - Fri Aug 13 2004 07:43 PM


I have a friend living in Jacksonville and wondered if anyone knows how bad the Hurricane will be over there? I'm kinda scared ...



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Re: Charley in Jacksonville? [Re: Anonymous]
      #20026 - Fri Aug 13 2004 07:47 PM

They had a tornadoe yesterday....jacksonville may get some heavy rain, and wind....I am south of Jacksonville about 60 miles in Palm Coast....we are preparing for a rough night.

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Re: Charley in Jacksonville? [Re: leslie]
      #20035 - Fri Aug 13 2004 08:08 PM

Thanks a lot! Let's hope for the best!! I cross my fingers for all of you!


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