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90L's remnants are now inland, nothing developed. A generally quiet Atlantic is likely until later in August.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 274 (Zeta) , Major: 336 (Laura) Florida - Any: 1023 (Michael) Major: 1023 (Michael)
 


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mysticalmooons
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Loc: rockledge, fl
Re: Chatroom is open..... [Re: HCW]
      #36682 - Thu Jun 09 2005 11:00 PM

finally figure it out and no one is in ther i quite

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John C
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Re: Chatroom is open..... [Re: mysticalmooons]
      #36683 - Thu Jun 09 2005 11:09 PM

30 people now try again

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Clark
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Re: Atmospheric Pressure [Re: lawgator]
      #36686 - Thu Jun 09 2005 11:30 PM

lawgator -- hey, as big of a Seminole I may be, I'm always willing to give UF due credit! Holds true especially since my sister is a UF student. I don't have access to the Supercomputer or anything -- though I wish we did; we could run some killer models on there. I'm still trying to be able to explain things better so everyone can understand, so if there's anything you (or anyone else) don't (doesn't) understand from what I've posted, by all means peg me and say "what the heck did you just say?"!

As for Sunday -- depends on how fast this system gets outta dodge. The course is going to be wet though, nonetheless.

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Katie
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Reged: Tue
Posts: 167
Loc: Winter Haven, FL
Re: Atmospheric Pressure [Re: Clark]
      #36726 - Fri Jun 10 2005 09:54 AM

Colleen - didn't see your post till this morning but it has been drizzling on and off here all morning. I have to drive from WH to Lkld and back every morning and again every evening. Not fun, but I don't think we will see much of Mr. Sunshine today. I am really beginning to miss him. Anyway, keep me posted in your area. Did you see the Lakeland Ledger picture this morning? Those storms that rolled through yesterday were just awesome. The wind today hasn't picked up much. Just a breeze with the on again off again strong gust that rolls through but nothing too significant.

Looks like the party (or Partay as Phil would say) is still on for tomorrow at 4 but we will have it in doors and try to set up her bouncie thing on the porch. Good thing I got dress up clothes and wigs for us to play with if the weather stays bad for a few days.

Gosh, I don't think that P'Cola needs any more rain. Didn't they just go through some flooding in April? They need a break. After living there for a few years, my ex can float away but, I have friends that lost everything with Ivan and I feel badly that they will be getting rain again with this system.

Katie


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