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Old 09-04-2017, 06:42 PM
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My knee can feel these storms miles away , days on end . Can't wait to get it replaced mid Sept .
Good thing you didn't plan that trip 2 weeks later.
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Good thing you didn't plan that trip 2 weeks later.
from history Aug / Sept can be a crap shoot but thought I was all clear in Oct.2012 Lesser Antilles when Sandy showed . I was the last plan off the Islands ...what a ride home .
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St Maarten winds today will be 21 mph tomorrow 141 mph
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most of the models have Irma coming into South Florida, or near South Florida, and then swinging N-NE.

NHC for some reason still has it "appearing" as if it will hit the gulf, but I'm not reading anyone that believes that, as of now
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I did read about a blocking High Pressure over our area that is actually helping steer Irma further West than the earlier models were predicting.

South Florida is pretty much the bullseye, as of now, however... no matter where it goes after. God help the gulf if it goes in there.
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just got off the phone w/ my friends on St Maarten , airport closed , Jet Blue & Air France had a flight in early for folks wanting to leave . Locals board their windows & sand bag the doors & move to high ground. Its going to be a quick move thru .
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Quick is a good thing but still will cause a lot of damage!
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most of the models have Irma coming into South Florida, or near South Florida, and then swinging N-NE.

NHC for some reason still has it "appearing" as if it will hit the gulf, but I'm not reading anyone that believes that, as of now
That orange line on the map goes right through my backyard in SC Had the same situation when Hugo came in except that Hugo did not run the spine of Florida first.
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That orange line on the map goes right through my backyard in SC Had the same situation when Hugo came in except that Hugo did not run the spine of Florida first.
I've seen the aftermath of Hugo first hand, Andrew & Katrina , for some its a lifetime to recover. Hope folks don't get hit too hard good luck
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meanwhile, another tropical depression forming in the gulf, while Jose (at this point in time) seems to be a "fish storm"... will stay out to sea, though Bermuda could be hit.

of course, the tracks of both depend on a lot of other unknowns at this point.
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No matter where it hits, be safe...
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=dA5qYrboTUE

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latest (off a bombarded NOAA site!) swings it way east, and perhaps the trend will keep it there.

however, this may increase the risk up the coast!
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That orange line on the map goes right through my backyard in SC Had the same situation when Hugo came in except that Hugo did not run the spine of Florida first.
be ready, unless some other factor swings this further east/northeast, it's going straight at ya
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thanks , I watched them this am when I woke , Its hard to tell where exactly they are viewing , most vids are coming from the French side , we reside on the Dutch when we visit . Which is about 3 x year .
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