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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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Heads Up??
      #75818 - Mon Jul 16 2007 02:36 PM

is anyone else getting bored? I find myself counting down to 6Z, 12Z and 00Z just to see if maybe the new models bring hope of something to talk about. lol

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Re: Heads Up?? [Re: BLTizzle]
      #75819 - Mon Jul 16 2007 04:56 PM

Living in SE Florida; bored is good; very good. If Dr. Masters is right, things will change by early August.

Bored is good!!!

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