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  • Kdc
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    Mu daughter and her family live in Ponte Vedra, between Jacksonville and St. Augustine. She's at CrossFit working out right now, said it's rainy and windy there but otherwise everything is okay.

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  • Quackerbox
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    Originally posted by kurt68 View Post
    Man, for us that have kids in college in Florida, this sucks! They just canceled classes for my daughter at Embry Riddle.
    Mine didnt say anything about classes yesterday. All he said was the boat is tied down, truck is on 3rd floor or parking garage and chemistry still sucks,

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  • waterdog
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    Satellite images, weather maps and tracks of Category 1 Hurricane Nicole 2022, 6 - 11 November. Max wind speed 75mph.

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  • kurt68
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    Man, for us that have kids in college in Florida, this sucks! They just canceled classes for my daughter at Embry Riddle.

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  • Johnny Dangerr
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    Hmmm...
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  • Pedernal
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    Originally posted by Playa View Post
    Likely a Central American storm


    I’m far more intrigued by what Cat 3 Orlene offers Texas as a rain maker after she makes landfall in SW Mexico tomorrow. Pretty rugged terrain, and it may rip her to shreds, but I think some of the moisture makes its way into Texas by end of week.
    I was hoping some rain would come our way from Orlene as well… weather channel not calling for any real chances of rain at least in the Del Rio area for the next 10 days.

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  • Plan B
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    Our weather experts as of 5:30 this am.
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    Last edited by Plan B; 10-02-2022, 02:48 PM.

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  • Tshelly
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    Invest 91L now


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  • Playa
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    Originally posted by waterdog View Post
    Likely a Central American storm


    I’m far more intrigued by what Cat 3 Orlene offers Texas as a rain maker after she makes landfall in SW Mexico tomorrow. Pretty rugged terrain, and it may rip her to shreds, but I think some of the moisture makes its way into Texas by end of week.
    Last edited by Playa; 10-02-2022, 12:45 PM.

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  • bboswell
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    Mother Nature needs to simmer down, our trip to the islands is coming up!

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  • Johnny Dangerr
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    Originally posted by waterdog View Post
    Ug. Will be watching...

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  • waterdog
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    something to keep a eye on.https://ust.chatango.com/um/w/e/weat...img/l_1116.jpg

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  • AdsE44
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    wow that wind in puntagorda! buddies live in tampa and not heard from them yet. eesh. storm surges too.

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  • tvc184
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    I was looking how far away Ian was pulling wind from up the east coast. I checked a weather app and it showed Myrtle Beach, SC by daybreak having wind gusts to 50mph. The eye is 300 miles away and still pulling tropical storm force winds.

    Almost 600 miles away Norfolk, VA will be having about 40mph gusts.

    Those aren’t real worrisome winds but that seems like a long way for a Category 1 hurricane to be having that strong of an effect.


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  • johnpaul
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    Originally posted by Mudslinger View Post
    Read reports that a lot of homes and bldgs on the west side of Florida were built to handle no more than a Cat 3. Any truth to this?

    Prayers for Florida.
    Most pictures I’ve seen is of trailer/mobile homes that are completely destroyed so I don’t doubt it.

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