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Azores #96L fails to complete transition into a Sub-Tropical Storm. Elsewhere, weak low pressure in Caribbean may linger into next week.
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On the West Side of Dennis
      #41310 - Sat Jul 09 2005 11:29 PM

I live on the Rigolets, near the MS/LA border, in the easternmost part of Orleans Parish in New Orleans. We'll be experiencing the west side of Dennis.
Most people I know have decided to stay for this one, which doesn't appear to be too much of a threat. So if you want to hear, let me know.

We were also here for tropical storm Cindy, which gave us a direct hit on July 5th.
The eye of Cindy passed 3 miles from our house, which is on an island between Lake Pontchartrain and Lake Borgne. If you want any Cindy info, I can tell you what it was like right in the center.


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