Andy Dorr
(Registered User)
Sun Sep 26 2004 01:16 PM
Re: Jeanne Landfalls Near Stuart, FL

Sarasota, Florida, 9:10 AM: Wind from the NW (310 degrees) at 45 MPH (39 KT) gusting to 55 MPH (48 KT), Rain in the last hour is 0.13. Current pressure is at 988 mb and dropping. Storm appears to continue to track west and not be affected by the eastern high. Sarasota and manatee counties will get the Southern edge over the next 4-6 hours. Concerned about flooding on the Manatee and Little Manatee rivers. Real time water measurement sites already have the two rivers at near flood stage and rising. These are great canoeing rivers and hope the floods don’t destroy the habitat too much. I was out yesterday at our scout ranch on the Manatee River (Camp Flying Eagle) and it was in good shape. I’m not so sure this is the case this morning.

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