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Kimberley Clark
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Re: TD One official [Re: Rick on boat in Mobile]
      #36322 - Wed Jun 08 2005 09:07 PM

Hey Rick on Boat!! Speaking of insurance, they would not renew ours. We still have tarps on our roof and, we finally got them in the right place where it won't leak when it rains. Looks to be another exciting hurricane season. I don't know where I got "into" weather so much, however, I was reading a journal I wrote to my first child 24 years ago and I was writing about the storm and the coordinates. Must be the experience of going through Frederick off of Mobile Bay. Keep your boat safe and Colleen I've always thought you were so witty. Aren't you in Vero Beach? Our youth group from church is leaving Friday to head to Vero Beach with World Changers to help with the hurricane victims of last year. I hope that they don't become hurricane victims while there!!

Kimberley

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Kimberley Clark
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Colleen A.
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Re: TD One official [Re: Kimberley Clark]
      #36323 - Wed Jun 08 2005 09:13 PM

Just watching our local Bay News 9 Tropical Update. I quote the met: "We've been watching an area of broad low pressure and the NHC can - at a moment's notice -- have a plane sent down there if they deem it necessary."
Should I send him a link to this board?

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wxman007
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New Topic... [Re: Colleen A.]
      #36327 - Wed Jun 08 2005 09:29 PM

Clark has posted a new topic...move it over there! LOL

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stormchasersince1976
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Re: New Topic... [Re: wxman007]
      #36337 - Wed Jun 08 2005 10:16 PM

Jason, can you tell me how far out into the GOM the ridge exist? The local Mets here in Clear lake Texas are showing the future track to be at the Miss. river Delta. Is this because it will following along the edges of the ridge?

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Southern4sure
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Re: New Topic... [Re: stormchasersince1976]
      #36413 - Thu Jun 09 2005 02:36 AM

It appears I moved away from Mobile, AL just in time!...only problem is now I live just north of Tampa Does that make a hurricane chaser?

Teresa


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