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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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GuppieGrouper
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Comments on the upcoming non-event
      #67300 - Fri Jun 23 2006 09:09 PM

I have not had any time to follow the little thing out on the east of Florda Coast. I have noticed that I woke up with a migraine this morning which usually means a dramatic change in barometric pressure. I notice rain is very sparce and that it does not feel very humid compared to the days we get good afternoon showers. My personal zoo is not too aggitated as they usually are during the building phase of a tropical system. I do not think nature yet knows what it is going to do with this system. It is still in the maybe phase. My take and not worth printing anywhere else but the everything and nothing site.

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