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    Just amazing intensfication over the past 24-36 hours with regards to Hurricane Michael set to strike the panhandle of Florida later today. It is now up to a CAT 4 strength in terms of wind and pressure. Storm surge is going to be be phenomenal on the east side of the storm.




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    Dude, when is the Eastern seaboard going to dry out? If it's not rain, it's 100 percent humidity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    Dude, when is the Eastern seaboard going to dry out? If it's not rain, it's 100 percent humidity.
    This tropical system could help to be the "enema" for all this crap we've been dealing with regards to humidity and clouds...in its wake (we'll see some rain from a strong cold front and some interaction with Michael Thursday into Friday) the weekend as of the now is looking cool and dry with low humidity. Will we stay in the a seasonable pattern thereafter? Not sure. It does looks like better chances for cool shots and nicer weather in the weeks ahead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parsley View Post
    This tropical system could help to be the "enema" for all this crap we've been dealing with regards to humidity and clouds...in its wake (we'll see some rain from a strong cold front and some interaction with Michael Thursday into Friday) the weekend as of the now is looking cool and dry with low humidity. Will we stay in the a seasonable pattern thereafter? Not sure. It does looks like better chances for cool shots and nicer weather in the weeks ahead.
    I can't take the moist anymore.

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    I hear you. My yard is a muddy mess.

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    Remarkable looking storm...

    https://twitter.com/twitter/statuses...97681177837569



    Gulf water temperatures are running 85+ degrees (in mid-October no less).....this is what (or the threat) we face in the future with ocean water temps. consistently staying above average.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    I can't take the moist anymore.
    I wish I had that problem
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    continues to strengthen. 145 MPH winds

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    150 MPH winds now

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    The Weather Thread

    Brutal. Only good thing is that is will landfall in a less populated part of the the state. Panama City will get hit hard with a landfall just to its east, but luckily itís not a Tampa or Miami landfall.

    With that said their will be deaths across Florida and Georgia from flooding. The coast will be rearranged with a storm surge alone of 10-14 feet in some areas in the panhandle.

    Hurricane force impact will be felt into southern Georgia too. Again, not highly populated areas but still big time problems for smaller towns and cities.

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    Michael just made landfall at 155 mph, just 2 shy of a CAT 5


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    Trees looking mighty horizontal right now:
    https://www.severestudios.com/livechase/

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    The Weather Thread

    Absolutely devastating in the towns just east of Panama City beach. Check out twitter reports. Pics of massive storm surge and wind damage are staggering.

    Southern Georgia in big trouble tonight. Going to be a nightmare for many smaller towns in its path.

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    Trees snapped like tooth picks. Leaves stripped bare from other trees. The storm surge damage from the other video looks like a tsunami hit.

    https://youtu.be/ML_Vn0FF6lM



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    wow....crazy. a ghost town, as if after a nuclear bomb explosion.

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    how is it possible that only 2 people died in all this? There are piles of completely obliterated houses

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