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Claudette Lounge, What's up in the Gulf?
      #86121 - Sat Aug 15 2009 10:00 PM

Here's a topic to discuss what is going on in the Gulf.

I'm a bit skeptical right now, but the close proximity makes in under the spotlight.

This system has likely 18 hours or less before it goes inland, so I think it'll run out of time before it becomes too much.


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