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#90L pushing further inland. Rain, t-storms, gusty winds and isolated tornadoes possible in the southeast.
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Re: SE Coast Low Invest 90L
      Sat Jul 24 2021 08:08 PM

I'm watching and ready for something. We need rain in Gulfport even though our neighbors seem to get a bit. So tired of passing thunderstorms "parting" over us. I think it is being on Boca Ciega Bay and the influence of Tampa Bay temperatures doing their impact on what is big for everyone else. Every season, most storms. UGH

This sad looking little low has me excited. Won't be a Laura, but could become an Elsa...

Bring it on! LOL

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* SE Coast Low Invest 90L cieldumortModerator Sat Jul 24 2021 08:08 PM
. * * Re: SE Coast Low Invest 90L MikeCAdministrator   Fri Jul 23 2021 03:29 PM
. * * Re: SE Coast Low Invest 90L Robert   Sat Jul 24 2021 11:36 AM
. * * Re: SE Coast Low Invest 90L MichaelA   Sat Jul 24 2021 02:58 PM
. * * Re: SE Coast Low Invest 90L Prospero   Sat Jul 24 2021 08:08 PM

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