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Hurricane Matthew #210386 10/08/16 03:02 AM
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Fortunately Ocala is 80 miles inland from the Atlantic and that is what saved most of the area from major damage. The coastal areas of Florida really took the blunt of the damage. Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina are under the gun now and Virginia is expected to see some rough weather also. And surprise, surprise, they expect it to turn completely around and head back to somewhere around Miami.

Really a weird storm!!!


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Re: Hurricane Matthew [Re: flacoastie] #210387 10/08/16 03:57 PM
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Glad that you are OK. Also heard from Rip that they got rain and wind but no major problems. Probably the same for the Pixie if she was ever actually at home.

Let's get Daniel to check in.

Re: Hurricane Matthew [Re: flacoastie] #210388 10/09/16 05:28 AM
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He lost power but I'm sure he'll check in when power is restored.


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Re: Hurricane Matthew [Re: flacoastie] #210389 10/10/16 03:51 PM
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Hopefully Sean & Liz Thompson are also OK. They live near the SC coast as I recall. Think we may also have some others who are along the Atlantic coast in the areas impacted by the storm.


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