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Re: Tropical Storm Nestor in NE Gulf
      Sat Oct 19 2019 11:49 AM

Here in Gulfport, FL, we've had 4 inches of rain and gusts to 44 mph in the last hour.

This may be the storm of the season for us. No complaints...

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* Tropical Storm Nestor in NE Gulf cieldumortModerator Sat Oct 19 2019 11:49 AM
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. * * Re: Second Half of October Kicks off with 96L in the Gulf cieldumortModerator   Fri Oct 18 2019 09:47 AM

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