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troy2
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Loc: cocoa beach
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      #4265 - Thu Sep 19 2002 10:51 PM

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i agree totally with troy but i live in the panhandle in pensacola an never expirenced a hurricane. but i think u have a very good point hopefully wont be another camille though keep up the good work


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I was speaking merely of a long period swell hitting the panhandle not a cane. Never ever wish a storm like that was in its height on anyone

with the wind direction and fetch etc from the expected path of Izzy the panhandle would receive this swell much better than the west coast of FL which would receive it parallel to its coast.

Mitch was such an intense storm that a BIG swell made it all the way up through the Yucitan channel to the beaches of Pensacola.

a link to potential swell from Izzy
http://www.surfinfo.com/html/fnmoc.html


Mike or John how did this get here?? I remember having touble posting and received and SQL error...anyway soory bout the double post

Edited by troy2 (Thu Sep 19 2002 11:26 PM)


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