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    Default Annual Hurricane Tracking Thread

    Well, might as well go ahead and get it started.


    "Follow the trendlines, not the headlines." -Steven Pinker (?)

    Regarding football Scheduling.

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    Good call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1MX View Post
    Good call.
    Eaglescliff begs to disagree .

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    That hurricane will be in Maine by Saturday.

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    UAB is on the road next week...

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    Default Re: Annual Hurricane Tracking Thread

    The governor is going to issue mandatory evacuation for coastal counties tomorrow morning, with contra-flow beginning on I-16 Tuesday.

    https://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/loc...eg5hgwrpZfFc1k
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    Quote Originally Posted by spdrumline View Post
    The governor is going to issue mandatory evacuation for coastal counties tomorrow morning, with contra-flow beginning on I-16 Tuesday.

    https://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/loc...eg5hgwrpZfFc1k
    Cliff thinks this is a stupid over reaction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pike51 View Post
    Cliff thinks this is a stupid over reaction.
    It probably is....

    But you never know.....

    Guy has some pretty interesting points at about 12:05 :



    This storm is very powerful.

    Could go either way.

    This much energy and destructive power is nothing to mess around with. People are gonna be shocked at how bad this was in the Bahamas. Those islands will absolutely destroyed.... Probably like nothing anyone alive has ever seen before.

    Just one mph westward motion over the next few hours, before the front starts really steering this thing will make a tremendous difference.

    Fortunately, Matthew passed just far enough offshore that it wasn't a catastrophic storm. We may not get super lucky twice in a row.

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    I'm praying it gets a push from somewhere and heads toward England, I have most of my family live between Daytona, Orlando, Tampa, Lake Wales , Jacksonville and Hinesville Ga. Not good for this monstrous beast. 180 mph.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raptor23 View Post
    I'm praying it gets a push from somewhere and heads toward England, I have most of my family live between Daytona, Orlando, Tampa, Lake Wales , Jacksonville and Hinesville Ga. Not good for this monstrous beast. 180 mph.
    My entire family in Beaufort sc are evacuating this morning and headed to my house in atlanta.
    Brian Brennan
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    Eagle fan since 1982

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