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Hurric
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Loc: Port St. Lucie, Fl 27.32N 80.35W
95L Florida storm reports/ observations
      #92346 - Tue Oct 18 2011 07:09 PM

It looks like central Florida will see the strongest that 95L has overnite tonite. Please post any reports you have from your area here.
In Port St. Lucie we have very little rain at present but rain is moderate and seem to be picking up. Since 6:30 am EST I have about .95" in rain gauge. Biggest threats will likely be localized flooding and some chances of Tornados.
Hurric

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GuppieGrouper
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Loc: Polk County, Florida
Re: 95L Florida storm reports/ observations [Re: Hurric]
      #92347 - Tue Oct 18 2011 07:27 PM

We have mild weather with an occasional passing cloud. We seem to be in a rather dry area even though the local report is is giving us a 90 per cent chance of rain over nightWe are here in Northwest Polk County.

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Carfax16
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Re: 95L Florida storm reports/ observations [Re: Hurric]
      #92348 - Tue Oct 18 2011 08:09 PM

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It looks like central Florida will see the strongest that 95L has overnite tonite. Please post any reports you have from your area here.
In Port St. Lucie we have very little rain at present but rain is moderate and seem to be picking up. Since 6:30 am EST I have about .95" in rain gauge. Biggest threats will likely be localized flooding and some chances of Tornados.
Hurric

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so we are going to get storms. Doesn't look like much. The pressure here in new port richey is very low though

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