I can't believe the Weather Channel really did it. They sent a crew to Jacksonville Beach to report on Thunder Storm Kyle's impact on my area!
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!!!!!
Winds out of the north at 90, oh, one moment please, make that 9 MPH!!! That's right folks, 9 mph! And every once in a while, rain. REAL LIGHT RAIN. Tides are running about TWO INCHES above normal. Wait, I thought I saw a rip current!
We really are getting a thunderstorm at the moment, first sign of anything today. Kyle was a non-event, to put it nicely.He'll be out of sight by lunch tomorrow, not like we saw much of him anyway.
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