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When to plant what & how in Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama.

July gardening in Florida is harvesting, keeping the weeds down..North & central FL can still plant a few summer type plants. South FL should plant nothing this month. August is huge planting month for all of FL. So get ready..July is a good month to plan & order seeds for fall & winter plants. Look for a few cloudy cooler hours this month to keep the beds & containers up if you can, makes fall garden go in alot easier.

North FL~ Lima Beans, southern peas (cow, black eyed), okra, eggplant, gourds & watermelon.

Central FL~ okra, southern peas & gourds.

South FL~ Plant nothing..

July 2013
30th-31st Root Crops That Can Be Planted Now Will Yield Well. Good Days For Transplanting.
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ESPI is still crashing went from -2.43 to -2.87 in the past week.
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Re post 263.
That is a scary, terrible thing. No doubt they are a type of africanized bees. Cannot see honey bees acting that way.
Just one more reason for us to stop trying to make "designer" food, insects, etc.
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266. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
Central Pacific Hurricane Center Honolulu
Tropical Cyclone Advisory #14
TROPICAL CYCLONE FLOSSIE (EP062013)
11:00 PM HST July 27 2013
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At 6:00 AM UTC, Tropical Storm Flossie (998 hPa) located at 19.4N 145.2W or 560 NM east Hilo, Hawaii has sustained winds of 50 knots with gusts of 60 knots. The cyclone is reported as moving west at 17 knots.

Gale Force Winds
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150 NM from the center

Dvorak Intensity: T3.0

Forecast and Intensity
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12 HRS: 19.8N 147.8W - 50 knots (Tropical Cyclone)
24 HRS: 20.0N 151.2W - 45 knots (Tropical Cyclone)
48 HRS: 20.1N 157.7W - 35 knots (Tropical Cyclone)
72 HRS: 20.4N 164.2W - 30 knots (Tropical Depression)

Tropical Cyclone Watches/Warnings
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A TROPICAL STORM WARNING has been issued for Hawaii and Maui county

A TROPICAL STORM WATCH has been issued for Oahu
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265. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
Japan Meteorological Agency
Tropical Disturbance Summary
TROPICAL DEPRESSION XX
9:00 AM JST July 28 2013
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At 0:00 AM UTC, Tropical Depression (1008 hPa) located at 11.0N 126.0E has 10 minute sustained winds of 25 knots. The depression is reported as moving northwest at 10 knots.
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264. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
Central Pacific Hurricane Center Honolulu
Tropical Cyclone Advisory #13
TROPICAL CYCLONE FLOSSIE (EP062013)
5:00 PM HST July 27 2013
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At 0:00 AM UTC, Tropical Storm Flossie (1000 hPa) located at 19.0N 143.2W or 675 NM east Hilo, Hawaii has sustained winds of 45 knots with gusts of 55 knots. The cyclone is reported as moving west at 17 knots.

Gale Force Winds
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150 NM from the center

Dvorak Intensity: T3.0

Forecast and Intensity
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12 HRS: 19.4N 145.8W - 45 knots (Tropical Cyclone)
24 HRS: 19.8N 149.2W - 40 knots (Tropical Cyclone)
48 HRS: 19.9N 155.4W - 35 knots (Tropical Cyclone)
72 HRS: 19.9N 161.5W - 30 knots (Tropical Depression)

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A TROPICAL STORM WATCH is in effect for the Hawaii county and Maui county
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Way disturbing story about a bee attack today in TX...

Biological Hazard in USA on Saturday, 27 July, 2013 at 04:59 (04:59 AM) UTC.
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For the past few weeks, Kristen Beauregard had noticed bees near her home and had tried in vain to get rid of them. The bees would fly in and out of a shed in the backyard of the rental property on Miller Lane, but she had no idea of the danger that was buzzing inside. Wednesday evening, as Beauregard was exercising one of her two miniature horses, thousands of angry bees attacked her, her boyfriend and the horses. Beauregard was stung about 200 times and her boyfriend 50. The two horses were stung so much that they did not survive. The couple doesn't know what caused the swarm of bees - estimated 30,000 - to leave their hive and attack. The bees are being tested to find out whether they are Africanized bees, also known as "killer bees" for their aggressive behavior. Beauregard, 44, is healing from the stings and praising emergency workers for braving the attack and trying to save animals. Beauregard said she noticed nothing out of the ordinary as she exercised Trump, a Shetland pony, until he started jumping and kicking. Suddenly, a dark cloud of bees appeared and began stinging both of them. When efforts to swipe the bees off failed, she jumped into the pool and Trump followed.

She escaped into the house, with bees flying behind her and crashing into windows. Horrified, she watched Trump frantically run all over the yard, rubbing against bushes to wipe off the bees and stumbling. Her boyfriend, whom she declined to identify, called 911 as the bees overwhelmed Trump and a second horse, Chip. "It looked like they were moving because they were so covered in bees," Beauregard said, breaking into tears. "It just looked like they were shimmering because the bees were on them and stinging them." Firefighters put on their gear and headed to the backyard, squirting foam to clear out the clouds of bees. They were able drag the distressed animals into a pasture, where police and paramedics -some wearing their uniform shirts without extra protection - worked to try to save the horses, injecting medicine to treat allergic reactions and giving "massive doses of Benadryl," an antihistamine. One worker administered oxygen to the horses through a face mask, Beauregard said. Police and fire crews, some of whom own horses, called buddies and veterinarians for advice on treating the horses. They checked Beauregard's eyes and pulled stingers out of her body, but she refused to go to a hospital. Officials stayed with the couple late into the evening.

Chip, a 6-year-old show horse, died shortly before Mansfield equine veterinarian Patricia Tersteeg arrived at about 10 p.m. Trump was loaded onto a trailer and spent the night at her clinic. Tersteeg had to sedate Trump because he was so agitated and his eyes were swollen shut. She treated Trump with a series of drugs, but he died early Friday. "He had so much swelling in his face, he must have kept his face above water to breathe. That's where all the bee stings concentrated," Tersteeg said. "He was so overwhelmed by bites that his body could not handle it. That's way too much for any 250 pound mammal to survive." In addition to the horses, the bees killed five hens. A sixth has stingers all over her body and her eyes were swollen shut. The couple's dog was stung several times, too. A beekeeper disposed of the hive and a sample of the bees was sent to experts to determine whether they were Africanized honey bees, also called "killer bees," said Barry Reeves, Pantego assistant police chief.
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12 hr Rainrates for Flossie don't look too daunting..
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I always thought Lake Worth was up around Sebring?
I guess not. I thought I was in the bulls eye of the path. No disrespect or hexes from me. It is so wet around here that trees are falling over.
I'm still concerned that if the wave makes it into the Gulf that the environment will be ready to create a storm.
On another note of environmental concern. The Fucuchima plant in Japan seams to be springing so many leaks that the news black out can't even hide it anymore. What a bummer.
Peace
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Hades~ Atleast Flossie is weakening..

Locals~ Here comes the lightning!


90L Click pic to enlarge..
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259. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
Central Pacific Hurricane Center Honolulu
Tropical Cyclone Advisory #12
TROPICAL CYCLONE FLOSSIE (EP062013)
11:00 AM HST July 27 2013
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At 18:00 PM UTC, Tropical Storm Flossie (1000 hPa) located at 18.7N 141.0W or 800 NM east Hilo, Hawaii has sustained winds of 45 knots with gusts of 55 knots. The cyclone is reported as moving west northwest at 16 knots.

Gale Force Winds
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130 NM from the center

Dvorak Intensity: T3.0

Forecast and Intensity
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12 HRS: 19.3N 143.6W - 45 knots (Tropical Cyclone)
24 HRS: 19.8N 147.2W - 40 knots (Tropical Cyclone)
48 HRS: 20.0N 153.6W - 35 knots (Tropical Cyclone)
72 HRS: 20.1N 159.1W - 30 knots (Tropical Depression)

People in the Hawaiian Islands should monitor the progress of FLOSSIE
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90L is new. It's off the NC coast & one of two possible invests I thought we may see soon. I don't expect it to strengthen too much as it heads up the NE...May directly hit Manhattan.

90W is gone.
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Yes you're right about the color deep sky blue. One other thing. On the ONR 7pm tonight a Cornell Univesity scientist was interviewed about 2 of her papers published in Geology Magazine. She stated something I wrote to you, Skye, exactly.
That deep well injection of water and fracking contribute to weakness in the rock strata below. She felt that is was one of the reasons why a 5.6 earthquake occurred in Oklahoma. I think I said removing the natural gas, drilling down so deep, removes the cushion and can cause earthquakes. Not only was the Oklahoma News Report about that but, a lawsuit had been filed in OKC about dangerous effects of fracking against Oklahoma Natural Gas and Dominion the exploritory company. It also went beyond even this to discuss Sierra Club's lawsuit against unregulated Coal Burning Electrical Plants here in Oklahoma too. They, in their greed, for a profit, to satisfy their stockholders and keep the "dependency on foreign oil" to a minimum will pollute this land beyond repair. You know this, Skye. It is irreversible damage to the environment and the earth below our feet, although to many what's under their feet is the floorboard. I'll let you know when it's online so you can watch it too. I was angry when I heard all this tonite and remembered once again that when the Tulsa oil bust began early in the 1900's the oil companies moved out of town and the population shrunk so much that Oil City Tulsa became a ghost town.
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Dorian...
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Biological Hazard in USA on Friday, 26 July, 2013 at 17:36 (05:36 PM) UTC.
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The Orlando area has a confirmed case of measles. Orange County health officials said Thursday that a British tourist was diagnosed with the highly-contagious illness. The patient was exposed to measles in the United Kingdom before taking a trip to Florida. Health officials say the patient visited numerous tourist attractions in central Florida last week.
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OR~ I have to guess sky blue.

More rain today too.. Wolk up to it. 0.21" for the day. Gardens say yay. High was 92.3 °F. 12mph wind was peak.

Nice you're getting more rain.



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Quoting 238. Skyepony:
OR- It's coming now and with lightning. I see my chance of hail is yellow..


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Hmmmm!

Guess name of text color. No peeking.
small hint: the name contains some of your username


Also, did you get any more rain? We have a Flash Flood Warning here but not here here where I am. Still, an inch a day may keep Dr. Drought away.

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Fresh OSCAT..looking even less organized.

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Here is average model error for Dorian. They keep over doing intensity. Direction~ GFDL, HWRF, MRCL, OFCL is doing good. There is others, those AEMN ensembles I mentioned yesterday. Throw out the CMC..


Dorian struggles on..this is high res..lol. I'm not posting this on Jeff's & upsetting them:) Open wave should trend west for now.






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Got the entry fixed up. 98E is Flossie. Pretty tough to take serious with that name but it is headed to HI.

Dorian~ Not surprised to see the models dive south after yesterday morning going through the models & finding the best ones for Dorian were pointed south of Cuba. Haven't had a chance to do that again today. Maybe in a bit..

90W & 91W are new.


Interesting to note. There is some theory that something that helps form storms is energy from the solar winds. It will travel around in a line around the earth..emerging from the earth causes cyclones & where it dives back to the earth can cause earthquakes...til it sort of fades.. Yesterday in straight lines in the direction of travel infront of both Flossie (HI) & Dorian (So Cal) there were small shallow quakes. other than those there wasn't really anything for quakes happening from centPac to West Coast. Just noticing.


Pros~ That is a quote to enjoy:)

Finn~ I'll be in your mail..



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HI.

Every time I see your header the name Dorian jumps at me, or course. My next thought is of Oscar Wilde's 'Dorian Gray'. I guess both, the storm and the character, are tempestuous! Here is a quote from 'The Picture of Dorian Gray': “The only way to get rid of temptation is to yield to it.”
― Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray
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Louis, Palm Beach? :( We can't take much more rain, ground is saturated. I have a gut feeling it's not coming here tough... maybe just wishful thinking...

Palmettobug's dad passed on yesterday :(
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Quoting 245. Louisclocks:
Im not sure what it is but it has been feeling tropical and it feels like a storm brewing. Just a feeling. Lots of moisture in the air . I think if Fort Myers was in the Gulf we would be in an eye.
Im going to guess that Dorian hits about 50 miles north of Miami, maybe Palm Beach area? Or maybe Nags Head NC. Im not ready to bet the farm yet.



It was like wearing the sky this evening. Mosquito hatched.. These weird pulses of storms was the freak weather land blobs from the SW. It's raining right now 0.32" last 24hrs, Muck is back behind the barn.

Half expecting a weak storm to form over us & just off ECFL in the next 1-3 days.

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This evening's ASCAT..higher res 12.5-km
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Im not sure what it is but it has been feeling tropical and it feels like a storm brewing. Just a feeling. Lots of moisture in the air . I think if Fort Myers was in the Gulf we would be in an eye.
Im going to guess that Dorian hits about 50 miles north of Miami, maybe Palm Beach area? Or maybe Nags Head NC. Im not ready to bet the farm yet.
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244. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)


new typhoon possible next week.
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Quoting 241. Skyepony:
Santa's Workshop is in trouble..


What do you mean Santa is in trouble..?

Horrible about the dolphins :(
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Fresh ASCAT..Looks much tighter than lastnight's OSCAT where Dorian looked to be a total open wave..


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Santa's Workshop is in trouble..

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Hate to look too hard at the gfs since they changed computers mid storm..but it is one of the better performers on Dorian...particularly certain ensembles. Most the the better ones for this storm like AP01, AP02, AP12..end up south of Cuba.

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Biological Hazard in USA on Thursday, 25 July, 2013 at 03:31 (03:31 AM) UTC.
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At least 54 bottlenose dolphins have died mysteriously in Florida's Indian River Lagoon since January. Today, the federal government is stepping in to help find out what's killing them. In a normal year, that number would be closer to 22. On July 24, NOAA declared the mass die-off an "Unusual Mortality Event" - a declaration that will send federal resources and scientists to help teams already on the ground in Florida. It's the lagoon's worst dolphin die-off on record, and the cause is mysterious. "This has become a national investigation, instead of a local investigation," said Megan Stolen, a marine biologist with Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute, the nonprofit organization that has been investigating and keeping track of the dolphin deaths so far. "This will definitely help us." It's the second time this year that NOAA has declared an Unusual Mortality Event for marine mammals in the lagoon, a 156-mile-long estuary that runs along Florida's Atlantic coast. In April, a mass manatee die-off received the same designation. This is the third time a UME has been declared for dolphins in the lagoon. What caused the others, in 2001 and 2008, is still a mystery.

The lagoon is a treasured but troubled ecosystem, and has been besieged by a combination of nutrient run-off, pollution, and algal blooms - ingredients that have created a lethal situation for 112 manatees, roughly 300 pelicans, and 54 dolphins since last July. Scientists don't yet know if the die-offs are linked, or if there are multiple killers on the loose in the estuary. Multiple investigations are ongoing, with teams trying to find out whether algal toxins, or pollution, or something else is to blame. Stolen became concerned about the dolphin deaths in January. But it wasn't until late spring that the carcasses really began to pile up; at one point, scientists were retrieving a dolphin a day from the northern and central lagoon. The die-off is affecting dolphins of all age classes and sexes. Some of the bodies are intact, others have been scavenged by sharks. Unlike the dead manatees, which appear normal except for being dead, the dolphins are emaciated - thin and bony. But whether they're starving because of disease, or a toxin, or a lack of food is still unknown. Clues are scarce, and only one sick dolphin has been found alive. Now, Stolen says, the die-off has slowed a bit. In July, five dolphins have been pulled from the lagoon's brackish water.

"The last few dolphins have been calves," she said. "Newborn babies." It's not clear yet whether the calves, three of them, are casualties of the mysterious scourge. But, Stolen says, "We would expect that if moms are getting hit by the UME cause, that we would start seeing dead calves as well." She and her colleagues will continue to monitor and respond to situation as NOAA's team determines which direction to take the investigation in. "We are starting to look in [the dolphins'] stomachs now," she said. "Normally when we do a necropsy, we kind of scoop everything out of their stomachs and put it in a bag. What we'll do now is we'll separate the liquid from the solid." The liquids are good for toxin analyses, and the solids will tell researchers what, exactly, the dolphins have been eating - and if there are any clues to be found in their last meals.
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OR- It's coming now and with lightning. I see my chance of hail is yellow..

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Fresh OSCAT of Dorian..
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932pm EDT

Salem, FL Lat: 29.83 Lon: -83.65
Type: Hail Storm (H9)
Max Reflectivity: 55 dBZ
Severe Hail: 0% Chance
Hail: 80% Chance
Max Hail Size: 0.50 in.
Echo Top: 30,000 ft.
Vert. Integrated Liquid: 35 kg/m²
Speed: 22 mph (19 knots)
Direction (from): WNW (300)
Radar Site: JAX

Let me know if this one arrives
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Finn~ I did get a bit of rain. 0.54".. the muck is back.


Fresh ASCAT
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CMC did well again with the two blobs you mention in #230.
Did you get a lot of rain? You got slammed!
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Thanks Zampaz~ leave it here too.
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Severe Thunderstorm warning.. About to get slammed..
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Quoting 222. Skyepony:
zampaz~ I hope you posted that in the frackin blog. I know it's stale but it's still frackin.. I'm behind on my movie watching.

27~ I've been having fun:)

Hood~ It's been a little drier here. Haven't had to water but the muck is almost gone.

I was in the rain & lightning for this one..



Will do...will post in the frackin' blog.
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99L is new it's kinda ESE of Bermuda. Don't expect much of it, it may die and another reform in that area in a few days or it could be something if those two areas come together.

Those two blobs that came across the south last night. One is pushing off GA..one to watch go up the east coast. The other may come off more FL & maybe become an invest off FL in a few days (~55hrs).

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Today's terra pass on Dorian..

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Quoting 226. LakeWorthFinn:
CMC has Dorian coming straight at us and spaghettis are sticking together more than I've seen in a long time. Interesting. Hopefully it will turn to feed the fish after reaching Bahamas.
Is it expected to be large?


You should feel good it's aimed at you.. This far out & disorganized those models are probilby off by aleast 100 miles.. I kinda wish it was aimed at me right now.. It's one for us in the Bahamas & FL to watch for sure..
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Fresh ASCAT showing some struggle..Lastnight this was slightly tigher with hardly no convection..

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CMC has Dorian coming straight at us and spaghettis are sticking together more than I've seen in a long time. Interesting. Hopefully it will turn to feed the fish after reaching Bahamas.
Is it expected to be large?
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WOW..Dorian...click pic for loop.
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Morning Bogon & Everyone:)

Yep..as expected we have Dorian. It was a closed low last night with TS force winds. The special TWO had them waiting for some convection. They had mentioned it would most likely be named this morning..

Emanual doesn't have that model page on it yet so here's the early models..



Late models concur..


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223. Bogon
98L has been redesignated 04L. Looks like it grew a bit overnight. It is visible on the wide Atlantic loop now.
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zampaz~ I hope you posted that in the frackin blog. I know it's stale but it's still frackin.. I'm behind on my movie watching.

27~ I've been having fun:)

Hood~ It's been a little drier here. Haven't had to water but the muck is almost gone.

I was in the rain & lightning for this one..


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99W is gone leaving..98L, 98E & 98W as our remaining storms.

Check out the land blob moving into LA, I mentioned this on Sunday. It hailed on OrangeRoses pretty good.... That might just get more interesting after it moves across the southeast & laps on warm gulf stream in the Atlantic.



12zCMC has is outer banks NC in 4 days & then up the NE coast.

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Gasland Part 2 (2012)
Synopsis from IMDB
A documentary that declares the gas industry's portrayal of natural gas as a clean and safe alternative to oil is a myth, and that fracked wells inevitably leak over time, contaminating water and air, hurting families, and endangering the earth's climate with the potent greenhouse gas, and methane.

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I just finished watching this video.
The conclusion breaks my heart.
Not so much for the loss of the environment,
but for the loss of democracy in America.
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Hi Skye and friends!

Just checking in to see what you thought of our new invest. I also saw where you think the high will bring the waves through the Caribbean....Rut Roh for someone!

I'll be back around soon! Enjoy your Phish =D
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