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    Quote Originally Posted by Big D View Post
    Zip 90245 is Los Angeles, not Branchville
    LOL. Just saw that. Just had an equipment up grade, and haven't paid any attention to that.
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    These folks are ready.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big D View Post
    Zip 90245 is Los Angeles, not Branchville
    Haha. That's the first thing I thought of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luvin' Labs View Post
    Haha. That's the first thing I thought of.
    And it won't let me change it. Gue9imget to call directv and stay on the phone for an hour, just to get that straight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Catdaddy View Post
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    I was telling some people yesterday...Summerville is an extremely nice town when you get all the people out of it. About the only ones left around are local to SC.

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    Haha

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    "They are who we thought they were"

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    I was out at the Fite Academy this morning and there are boats and equipment out the ass!! Equipment from all over to Southeast and a few northern states as well. Noticed there are even a few rescue mud boats.

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    WTNT41 KNHC 141449
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    Hurricane Florence Discussion Number 61
    NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL AL062018
    1100 AM EDT Fri Sep 14 2018

    Florence's satellite signature remains very impressive even though
    the eye is now located just inland over southeastern North Carolina
    near Cape Fear. However, land interaction has taken its toll on the
    inner-core circulation, and the previously well-defined eye in
    radar imagery has shrunk and become filled with rain echoes. The
    advisory intensity has been lowered to 70 kt based on earlier
    reports from an Air Force Reserve reconnaissance aircraft, NOAA
    Doppler weather radar velocity data from Wilmington and Morehead
    City, and nearby surface observations. The central pressure of 958
    mb is based on observations from a NOAA NOS site in Wrightsville
    Beach and a Weatherflow private station in Federal Point. Another
    Air Force Hurricane Hunter aircraft will be sampling the portion of
    Florence's circulation over water during the next few hours.

    Florence has turned west-southwestward and the motion estimate
    is now 245/03 kt. Florence is expected to remain embedded within a
    weak steering flow regime within a weakness in the subtropical
    ridge, resulting in a slow westward motion for the next 36-48 hours
    across South Carolina. As a shortwave trough currently located over
    the eastern Great Lakes to Maryland moves eastward away from the
    region over the next 2 days, the ridge will begin to build back in
    and shift eastward, allowing Florence or its remnants to gradually
    turn northward over the weekend, and then move northeastward into
    the mid-latitude westerlies as an extratropical low. The new NHC
    forecast track is similar to the previous advisory, and is close to
    the middle of the model guidance envelope.

    Wind data from the earlier aircraft mission, along with Doppler
    radar velocity data and surface observations, indicate that Florence
    has weakened. Additional slow weakening is expected today as the
    center of Florence moves farther inland, with more rapid weakening
    forecast over the weekend as Florence moves westward across South
    Carolina. The new NHC intensity forecast is a little lower than the
    previous advisory, and closely follows the trend of Decay SHIPS
    model.

    Although coastal storm surge flooding will gradually subside later
    today, it cannot be emphasized enough that another serious hazard
    associated with slow-moving Florence is and will be extremely heavy
    rainfall. More than 14 inches of rain has already fallen in many
    areas across southeastern North Carolina, and more rain is still to
    come, which will cause disastrous flooding that will spread inland
    through the weekend.

    Key Messages:

    1. A life-threatening storm surge is already occurring along
    portions of the North Carolina coast and will continue through
    today and tonight. This surge is also likely along portions of the
    South Carolina coast. The greatest storm surge inundation is
    expected between Cape Fear and Cape Hatteras, including the Neuse
    and Pamlico Rivers and western Pamlico Sound.

    2. Life-threatening, catastrophic flash flooding and prolonged
    significant river flooding are likely over portions of the Carolinas
    and the southern and central Appalachians through early next week,
    as Florence is expected to slow down while it moves inland.

    3. Damaging hurricane-force winds are occurring along portions of
    the North Carolina coast and are expected to spread to portions of
    the South Carolina coast later today. Strong winds could also
    spread inland into portions of the Carolinas over the next
    couple of days.

    4. Large swells affecting Bermuda, portions of the U.S. East Coast,
    and the northwestern and central Bahamas will continue this week,
    resulting in life-threatening surf and rip currents.

    FORECAST POSITIONS AND MAX WINDS

    INIT 14/1500Z 34.0N 78.0W 70 KT 80 MPH...INLAND
    12H 15/0000Z 33.9N 78.9W 65 KT 75 MPH...INLAND
    24H 15/1200Z 33.8N 79.7W 55 KT 65 MPH...INLAND
    36H 16/0000Z 33.9N 80.8W 35 KT 40 MPH...INLAND
    48H 16/1200Z 34.7N 82.0W 25 KT 30 MPH...INLAND
    72H 17/1200Z 37.7N 83.0W 25 KT 30 MPH...POST-TROP/INLAND
    96H 18/1200Z 41.2N 78.4W 20 KT 25 MPH...POST-TROP/INLAND
    120H 19/1200Z 44.4N 68.7W 20 KT 25 MPH...POST-TROP/INLAND

    $$
    Forecaster Stewart

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    Was windy on the water this morning
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    Quote Originally Posted by JABIII View Post
    2. Life-threatening, catastrophic flash flooding and prolonged
    significant river flooding are likely over portions of the Carolinas
    and the southern and central Appalachians through early next week,
    as Florence is expected to slow down while it moves inland.
    That's the shot to the groin we're about to receive. I still hope that sucker moves to the northeast quicker than what they are forecasting.

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    Looks like quite a bit of power outages in the PeeDee. Any updates from Florence across to Myrtle Beach?

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    Breezy in Florence with an occasional gust. Light rain, that’s about it so far. Power still on

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    Quote Originally Posted by JABIII View Post
    Looks like quite a bit of power outages in the PeeDee. Any updates from Florence across to Myrtle Beach?
    Still have power here in Pawleys
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    Still have power in Galivants Ferry.

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