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Ernesto Over Cuba
      #72013 - Mon Aug 28 2006 04:53 PM

Okay, now I'm really confused. I live in Palm Beach. Everyone on this Board has more weather know-how than I do. To shutter up or not to shutter? Maybe just shutter the hard windows tonight (like the one that's about twenty feet up there in the living room) and do the rest tomorrow if needed?????

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Re: Ernesto Over Cuba [Re: ArtemisARA]
      #72016 - Mon Aug 28 2006 04:59 PM

When Ernesto exits Cuba it's only by then that we'll know how really strong it will get and where it will be heading exactly. My best guess will be around 11p.m tonight that we'll have a good view on Ernesto. So, board up eventhough they're bringing it as a TS at this time.


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