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The area in the central Gulf of Mexico has a 20% chance to develop in the next 7 days. Likely to bring rain over Florida this weekend.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 202 (Nicole) , Major: 244 (Ian) Florida - Any: 202 (Nicole) Major: 244 (Ian)

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Bahamas System Getting Organized
      #67308 - Sat Jun 24 2006 03:00 AM

frank.. it's off topic but,
on the way home tonight my son broadsided someone while i was riding with him. my head took out the windshield. wasn't wearing a seatbelt. the police couldn't believe i wasn't hurt. got a ticket for not wearing a seat belt. a cheap price to pay looking at his car. i won't get in a car again without clicking it. you friends on this site please do the same.

gee man, glad your melon won the battle. good that you're not taking chances again. -HF

Edited by HanKFranK (Sat Jun 24 2006 01:38 PM)

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