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winechez228
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What about St Augustine
      Fri Sep 03 2004 04:01 AM

I was to arrive in Jacksonville on Sunday afternoon for a week in St Augustine. What does it look like for that area? Will they be hit? if so to what extent? would you advise to cancel? or will it just be rain for a day or two? never had to deal with a hurricane.
Thanks

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* What about St Augustine winechez228 Fri Sep 03 2004 04:01 AM
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. * * Re: What about St Augustine DuzIt4You   Sat Sep 25 2004 06:54 PM
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