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Tropical Cyclone FAY


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Oh my.....thanks for answering that question jpl02. I believe she was a graduate of Leon H.S.

My first time living here seminole I experienced Kate.

I find it funny that Floridians are being told what to call a Hurricane/TS/TD/Cyclone. Once you're in/under one, I just call it scary. :)

The bottom line for where Fay will end up is when and where she begins making the turn NNW/NW and then North.

I go here FL Hurricane plus of course NOAA. The site I linked has all the up-to-date model stuff plus discussion boards. Many of those on the discussion boards are current meteorologist and retired ones plus a lot of wx junkies. Most of the folks are from FL and several from the P-handle and NFL.

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I've been wathcing this closely too. Its looking as of this morning that we are becoming more in the clear, but you never know for sure. I like this site a lot, it is out of Tampa, but has a lot of maps that include Tallahassee, and also includes a chat feature like the link Poonther included. Here's the link:

www.myfoxhurricane.com

Here's hoping we at least get some rain out of this thing.

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I've been wathcing this closely too. Its looking as of this morning that we are becoming more in the clear, but you never know for sure. I like this site a lot, it is out of Tampa, but has a lot of maps that include Tallahassee, and also includes a chat feature like the link Poonther included. Here's the link:

www.myfoxhurricane.com

Here's hoping we at least get some rain out of this thing.

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Yeah no news agency is really discussing its path right now because of Gustav doing what it is, but you may be right.

On a side note, I managed to get a picture of some of Fay's fury. This is the Golden Eagle golf course, close to where I live. Off to the left of the photo is a nice scenic lake. Down the hill to the right is a road leading to the country club that was in two feet of fast moving water the day of the storm. What you're seeing is a golf cart path totally eroded away.

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