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Hurricane Dean Disaster Information
      #76979 - Sat Aug 18 2007 05:46 PM

This topic is created for Disaster related information regarding Hurricane Dean, with Hati and Jamaica in the picture first. People, closures, damage, etc.

Here are some Jamaican media and other dean related links to start:

Jamaican Media
Jamaican Radio (106 Power)
Go Jamaica Hurricane Dean Watch
Jamaica Gleaner (Jamaican Newspaper)
Nationwide Radio (Hurricane coverage and live reports
starting evening 8/18.)
Jamaican News/Talk 93
Love 101 Radio
Kool 97 Radio
Irie FM Radio

Jamaican Webcam recording... Treasure Beach
Jim Williams will be doing a live show on Dean tonight at hurricane city
Jamaican StormCarib Reports
Jamaican Meteorological Service
San Juan, Puerto Rico Long Range Radar Loop (Latest Static) Base (Static) 1 HR Rainfall (Static) Storm Total Rainfall (Static)
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Radar
Southern Cuba Radar (Has Jamaica partially in range
Martinique Radar Animation Recording

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