Unplugged again! Ack! I kept getting this stupid message all the time popping up telling me I needed to go to stoppoups dot com or something. Problem was, they were the ones who had hi-jacked my system!!!!!! Despite the fact that I use Free Surfer (a must have for anti pop-up windows on everything from CNN to weather sites to racy stuff) and Ad-Aware (another MUST HAVE program), this stuff got through messaging. Btw - and not to rain on 91L - but if you don't run both of these programs from home (they're both COMPLETELY FREE WARE), you're being stalked, tracked and hacked. Trust me. The first time I ran Ad Aware, I had like 48 spy programs on my cpu. Most people (especially if you surf porno) have probably in the neighborhood of 100 or more (my little brother's pc ). Don't use Ad Aware if you use Kazaa because Kazaa is set to use your resources and is considered a nuisance. Anyway, so I found out about Spy Bot which is an AMAZING suppliment to Ad Aware. It found so much other garbage in my registries (web site redirects, dialers, etc.) that I couldn't believe it. And to keep this on weather, I'll put the home sites of all 3 programs on the non news forum where you can check all of these out yourself. Trust me, I got turned onto all of them by gurus, and just like Cable Modem, I don't know how I survived without 'em. /Damn marketing scum invading my PC!!!!/
The reason I recommended Melbourne is because it seems to show a better look at Palm Beach and where the main ball (for lack of a better term) of convection is going to come ashore. Miami radar is just south of there and shows the storms rolling into FL on the southern edge of the system. I'm guessing we'll be using Key West radar by tomorrow afternoon. Anyway, from the looks of things and the reports from the Bahamas, there's a good shot at some downed tree limbs and sporadic cable and power outages in some areas. Maybe a couple to few inches of rain at worst and some winds up to TS strength. Wish I had the day off tomorrow to drive down there and have a brew with you all.
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