(Storm Tracker)
Tue Sep 28 2004 12:09 AM
Re: Jeanne Inland in the Southeast

Hi everyone. I was in the Georgia Mountains while Jeanne was hitting home in Altamonte Springs, Fl.
I drove down I-75 in Torpical Storm/depression Jeanne today.
Rained pretty hard and blowing in Macon, Ga and rained all thw way down until Valdosta.
Once in Florida, the skies got progresssively brighter the nearer I got to Central Florida.
The only real damage I noticed were to billboards and street signs, a few trees knocked over.
Other than that, my area looks great. Nice and clean. Kind of like Jeanne cleaned up the place.
IPower is on, cable is on. Living inland sure is lots safer than on the coast.

Lets all hope and pray that this is it for Florida this hurricane season.
We are all definately over it.

By the way, gas stations are empty.

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