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Ron Griffis
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Loc: Palm Beach Gardens, FL 26.83N 80.06W
Re: Report Conditions in Your Area From Wilma Here [Re: MikeC]
      #62876 - Mon Oct 24 2005 08:05 AM

The weather in Palm Beach Gardens, FL, is deteriorating fast. At 7:30 am we were getting 47 to 55 mph winds and some rain. I have uploaded a short video at http://homepage.mac.com/ronaldgriffis/Wilma2005/Menu29.html

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collegemom
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Loc: Central Arkansas
Re: Report Conditions in Your Area From Wilma Here [Re: Ron Griffis]
      #62881 - Mon Oct 24 2005 08:11 AM

anyone on around Melbourne? If so please post conditions. pm works too

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Edited by collegemom (Mon Oct 24 2005 08:16 AM)


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Picnic_in_FtMyers
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Loc: Fort Myers, FL
Re: Report Conditions in Your Area From Wilma Here [Re: Ron Griffis]
      #62883 - Mon Oct 24 2005 08:13 AM

In Fort Myers here...power has been out this morning but somehow just flickering on for a bit now. Winds have really picked up on the back side of Wilma. We're seeing the strongest gusts right now. Our palm trees are horizontal and satellite just went flying...not looking good outside...

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FelixPuntaGorda
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Loc: Punta Gorda, FL
Re: Report Conditions in Your Area From Wilma Here [Re: collegemom]
      #62885 - Mon Oct 24 2005 08:16 AM

Punta Gorda has sustained wind around 35 mph with gusts up to about 45 mph, according to WINK-TV. Shutters across the lanai are rattling, white caps in the canal, no damage that I see from our northeast-facing sheltered front porch.

It looks like we're more than half-way through it.

Fay


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carolt
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Loc: Ellaville, FL 30.42N 83.16W
Re: Report Conditions in Your Area From Wilma Here [Re: collegemom]
      #62891 - Mon Oct 24 2005 08:26 AM

Rainy and windy here but not too bad - I'm comparing this to Frances and Jeanne. It wasn't loud enough to wake me up and there's no water seeping in around the doors and windows.
We've had 3 confirmed tornado touchdowns in Brevard: Cocoa Village last night, West Melbourne near Sam's, and A1A in Satellite Beach (I think?) this morning. Scary stuff.
I need coffee.

It's still 80F here so the front hasn't crossed yet. Wind gusts to 35mph. Two more suspected tornadoes travelling through south Brevard and Palm Bay. Not headed in my direction.

Turns out the A1A tornado was in Floridana Beach,down towards Sebastian Inlet, not Satellite Beach. Unless there were two of them?

Edited by carolt (Mon Oct 24 2005 09:29 AM)


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michgirl
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Re: Report Conditions in Your Area From Wilma Here [Re: carolt]
      #62897 - Mon Oct 24 2005 08:43 AM

Collegemom,

When you say Brevard, are you referring to Brevard County? I am in Michigan right now and my grandparents home is in Cocoa. I am looking for specific information on that area. I see you are from Melbourne. I think that is near the relative area. Any information you have would be appreciated.


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Ned
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Re: Report Conditions in Your Area From Wilma Here [Re: TinaB]
      #62906 - Mon Oct 24 2005 09:03 AM

Quote:

Light rain, thunder and lightning here in Tampa, but I'm in what I call the "triangle of protection" bordered on three sides by I-75, I-275 and I-4...it always seems the the worse of these storms stays to the S or E of us...not sure why, but it does. I've watched a band on radar come our way then slide west and miss us.


Good News,Pinellas beaches still here

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Calmstorm
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Re: Report Conditions in Your Area From Wilma Here [Re: MikeC]
      #62907 - Mon Oct 24 2005 09:05 AM

Here is Dunedin Fl. As of about 9am...


DAY TEMP HIGH RAIN AVG HI TIME DIR BAROM HUM
TOT 72.2 75.9 1.12 4 20 10/24/05 W903 .44 88

Not bad att all really only 20 mph gust...


Chris



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TinaB
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Re: Report Conditions in Your Area From Wilma Here [Re: Ned]
      #62931 - Mon Oct 24 2005 10:12 AM

Quote:

Good News,Pinellas beaches still here




Yep...we can count our blessings once again...and man do we often get to count them!! Temps are falling here in Tampa. It looks like the rain is about to end according to Channel 8 radar. I have a feeling we are going to have a beautiful day following Wilma. It's 58 degrees out there, by golly we just might need a jacket today!

I hope all in South Florida faired well and there was no harm to life and limb.


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FireAng85
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Mount Dora - Lake County [Re: FireAng85]
      #62936 - Mon Oct 24 2005 10:18 AM

Currently:
63 Dewpoint: 61 Wind: N 24 MPH
Humidity: 93% Pressure: 29.46 in Hg

Average: High 83 Low 64

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Ronn
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Loc: Seminole, FL
Re: Report Conditions in Your Area From Wilma Here [Re: Calmstorm]
      #62937 - Mon Oct 24 2005 10:19 AM

Current observations from my weather station in Seminole, Florida (near St. Petersburg) as of 10:15am EST 10/24/05:

Wind: North gusting to 31mph
Pressure: 29.50 in.
Temperature: 60 F

The cold front has passed us, and we are getting a chilly (by Florida standards) north wind in Pinellas County right now. Our winds peaked at around 7am this morning with gusts in the range of 40-50mph, but no sustained tropical storm force winds. This is about what I expected. The highest gusts (around 50mph) were experienced along the Pinellas bayfront where the wind came unhindered across the bay.


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flipr
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Re: Report Conditions in Your Area From Wilma Here [Re: Ron Griffis]
      #62943 - Mon Oct 24 2005 10:30 AM

looking for info on damage in bonita beach area, wind, flooding, surge beach or bay side? flipr

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TinaB
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Re: Report Conditions in Your Area From Wilma Here [Re: TinaB]
      #62946 - Mon Oct 24 2005 10:40 AM

Last of the rain has moved on by my area. If I look out to the west it looks as if the clouds are breaking up. Temp. has fallen .5 degrees since the rain stopped. We have a forecast high of 75 today, I wonder if it will make it to that? The winds have died down considerably. I feel so bad for those in S. Florida who are going through it still.

Edited by TinaB (Mon Oct 24 2005 10:41 AM)


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FireAng85
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Loc: Mount Dora, FL 32757
Re: Mount Dora - Lake County [Re: FireAng85]
      #62970 - Mon Oct 24 2005 11:50 AM

My last post was 10:18am.

Currently:
61 Dewpoint: 55 Wind: N 25 MPH
Humidity: 81% Pressure: 29.46 in Hg

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B.C.Francis
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Loc: Indiatlantic Florida 28.12N 80.58W
Re: Mount Dora - Lake County [Re: FireAng85]
      #62976 - Mon Oct 24 2005 12:08 PM

Rippin wind and rain in Indiatlantic 3 miles north of 192 on A1A over the last hour. Strongest winds I`ve seen so far today. Right out of the north. Theres a report of a entire house destroyed in Floridana about 15 or so miles south of here on A1A from a tornado. Quite a few reports of other tornado damage coming out as the day progresses. Got a feeling there will be some other damage around here also after the last bout of wind that just came through Brevard County the last hour........I think the worst is over, time for the cool temps to move in over the rest of the afternoon.....Weatherchef

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ctiger77
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Loc: Cocoa,Fl
Re: Report Conditions in Your Area From Wilma Here [Re: michgirl]
      #62977 - Mon Oct 24 2005 12:11 PM

In Cocoa here near bcc power out about 30 mins ago ( good ol generator) lots or wind and rain.

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Ric Johns
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Re: Report Conditions in Your Area From Wilma Here [Re: MikeC]
      #62992 - Mon Oct 24 2005 01:09 PM

It has stopped raining in Orlando and there is light colored sky to the West.

Any word on Sanibel and Captiva?


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StormKrone
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Loc: Jacksonville, FL 30.30N 81.60W
Brevard County - Port St. John [Re: Ric Johns]
      #62993 - Mon Oct 24 2005 01:23 PM

Have family in the Titusville/Port St. John area, Gus Grissom Pkwy. Anyone know how things are there?

If power may be out, then I won't worry about not hearing (at least not for awhile).

SK


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B.C.Francis
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Loc: Indiatlantic Florida 28.12N 80.58W
Re: Brevard County - Port St. John [Re: StormKrone]
      #62994 - Mon Oct 24 2005 01:52 PM

Should be starting to slack off some up there according to radar and cooling down a bit. They had some 70mph wind at Kennedy Space Center earlier. Still a bit windy in southern Brevard but starting to taper off. I`ll be going out on a neighbor hood damage assesment walk shortly and I`m going up to the Crowne Plaza on the beach where I work to see if everything is alright. I sure don`t want to be shipped out on culinary task force again to other properties for the company that owns it. The storms destoyed it last year and its been a year of renovation and I sure hope all is good with it......Weatherchef...Special note, only lost power here for a couple of minutes. Truley amazing.

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furkidsmom
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Loc: Satellite Beach, FL
Re: Report Conditions in Your Area From Wilma Here [Re: collegemom]
      #62999 - Mon Oct 24 2005 02:34 PM

I'm in Satellite Beach and it is still windy here, but not as much rain. We took a ride down A1A to Melbourne Beach around 11 and there didn't seem to be much damage. Lots of limbs down and "stuff" in the roads, but nothing major.

ETA - did anyone notice that there are 4 tropical waves out there??

Edited by furkidsmom (Mon Oct 24 2005 02:40 PM)


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