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HanKFranK
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ten!!
      Tue Sep 17 2002 11:43 PM

ed this storm is annoying the heck out of me. ive never seen one that did so little with so much opportunity. looks like it's going to miss the connections and wind up meandering in the gulf by the weekend or early next week... doesnt this sound like fun. forecasting nightmare deluxe.
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* TD 10 / Isidore Ed DunhamAdministrator Tue Sep 17 2002 11:43 PM
. * * Re: TD 10 / Isidore HanKFranK   Tue Sep 17 2002 12:49 AM
. * * Re: TD 10 / Isidore Floridacane   Tue Sep 17 2002 01:08 AM
. * * ten!! HanKFranK   Tue Sep 17 2002 11:43 PM
. * * Re: ten!! troy2   Wed Sep 18 2002 02:13 AM

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