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Re: Waiting for Charley

Venice, Ceres, which is 60 miles south of Tampa., and/or about halfway between Sarasota and Port Charlotte.

It looks now that Charley is going to make landfall in Tampa. That's wore for us than Ft. Myers would be because it puts us on the "back" side of the storm where the sea surge resides. They are predicting 5 feet to 8 feet tidal surge from this puppy. That's a lot of water in a state that is essentially flat. The "front" side tends to only get rain and wind, which the back side also gets.

They have already called for mandatory evacuation of all the barrier islands and most of the low mainland areas. The National Hurricane Center will update it's projections and predictions at 5 PM
Here's the site for NHC's tropical storm page. http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/

On Thursday, August 12, 2004, at 10:14 AM, Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:

Jim, where do you live in Florida?

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