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Alberto moving into Mexico, but large windfield causing surge flooding along Texas Coast. Also Invest 92L now being tracked east of the Bahamas.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 295 (Idalia) , Major: 295 (Idalia) Florida - Any: 295 (Idalia) Major: 295 (Idalia)
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Wind: 50MPH
Pres: 993mb
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W at 13 mph
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Lake Toho - Kissimmee
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Re: Jeanne Still Heading West [Re: Unregistered User]
      #32339 - Sun Sep 26 2004 03:18 AM

I am looking at both Radar and Satellite, and seems north of Lake Okechobee to me... Doesnt look like Palm Beach and Martin County, looks like Martin and the county above it (sorry not sure if its St Lucie)

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My Last Comment Regarding The "Football Comment" [Re: LI Phil]
      #32351 - Sun Sep 26 2004 03:32 AM

I will make one final statement regarding my earlier post about the football thread.
I never intended or meant any insult toward Phil (or anyone else for that matter) when I commented about the football posts. I greatly value this forum and the members that frequent here. I take a lot of what Phil and the others say and use the information in my daily life to plan for these unprecedented events that we have dealt with here in Florida. I was simply referring to repeated posts that were quotes upon quotes upon quotes of silly repetition regarding NFL teams.
I remember when one of this season's earlier storms (Charley or Frances??) was about to make landfall, all the moderators, even Mike C, were clamping down drastically on ANY off-topic post. They were very harsh and even resorted to locking out non-registered users to keep everyone controlled and on-topic. I just don't understand the difference tonight. I am now finding myself on the defensive for my comment which was apparently perceived as an attack on Phil. If that is how my comment was viewed, then I am truly sorry. While I have never met Phil in person, his great sense of humor and genuine concern for others comes through vividly in his posts. I would certainly never do or say anything to harm him.
Let's just forget I made the comment and get back to our discussions on Jeanne and her impact on Florida.

Hopefully there are no hard feelings by all....

--Lou


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Re: My Last Comment Regarding The "Football Comment" [Re: recmod]
      #32354 - Sun Sep 26 2004 03:35 AM

NEW THREAD STARTED . Please post there " Jeanne makes landfall..."

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