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Mary K.
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      #6040 - Wed Oct 09 2002 09:14 AM

Since we currently have the privilege of playing "what ifs", I think I would like to say"what if" Kyle were to get within a 100 miles of the Florida coast and stall again. This time he gets the needed moisture with a well stacked vertical placement and a tightly closed off center, and sits in the warmest pocket of moisture that the southern Atlantic has to offer this time of year, where no storm has gone before, during this season. WE go to bed on Wednesday night thinking Kyle is a used to was, and wake up and find SUPER-Kyle on Florida's south east coast making a Bee-line for FT Lauderdale or parts north. This is not wishcasting(disclaimer necessary) this is an intense fear of mine, since Kyle has been around so long, a lot of us forget he is there. I hope the NHC is as efficient on Kyle as they were on Isidore and Lilli.

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      #6041 - Wed Oct 09 2002 09:54 AM

I doubt it Mary, BUT lets see....Kyle was supposed to be fish food a week ago. Everyone here, including me, said Kyle was finished. He's hung in there, through A LOT of shear. So I am not counting Kyle out just yet. My prediction, Central Florida coast by Friday evening, Tropical Storm...

What's brewin' everyone?

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