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Re: What about St Augustine
      Fri Sep 24 2004 11:16 AM

Right now the projections show the hurricane path going right toward St. Augustine and Jacksonville. However, this can change. You should watch the updates carefully and reconsider your visit. A direct hit from a hurricane will be much more than rain for a day or two. A direct hit would most likely mean restricted transportation (trees down), limited communications (cell phone towers and telephone lines down), and no power for an undetermined amount of time. No power = no air conditioning which is something considering the hot rain saturated air. If your hotel has a generator, this may not be a huge consideration, but many businesses - restaurants, etc will be closed if there is no power.

Sally in Orlando

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