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Path For Frances?
      #20870 - Thu Aug 26 2004 11:39 AM

I have a question on the path of Frances and am curious about this moving into the Gulf Of Mexico.? Probably not much chance but you never know.

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Re: Path For Frances? [Re: Gulf Coast]
      #22831 - Wed Sep 01 2004 10:00 PM

At this point it seems that is going to enter in the middle of the eastern board of the peninsula and cross up north. In any case, this hurricane will cause a lot of damage. If you think about it Charley came from west to east, and this one is coming from east to west. Cutting Florida in X. If this happens, it will probably take several months or more for our state to recuperate all the financial losses this hurricane will cause.

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