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Center of #90L now pushing inland east of Gulf Shores very much like a T.D. Bands of rain, t-storms, winds and isolated spouts.
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 251 (Nicholas) , Major: 266 (Ida) Florida - Any: 1320 (Michael) Major: 1320 (Michael)
 


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New Global Warming Study>>> Must READ!
      #67181 - Thu Jun 22 2006 01:18 PM

I just got this off of Yahoo! To sum it up the Earth is warmer than it's been in the past 400 years due to greenhouse gases. "There is nothing in this report that should raise any doubts about the broad scientific consensus on global climate change"
It's a sure thing now, It's happening and has been happening. This should be the end to any doubts. Yahoo! News Story



Pic taken in Altamonte Springs today. Intersection of 434&436 Going E.bound on 436. Beautiful Sky!


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