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Old 08-28-2011, 10:08 AM
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Hope y'all all make out find with this storm... Keep it safe... They can be dangers...

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Old 08-28-2011, 10:55 AM
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So far a good amount of rain and some wind gusts here but nothing crazy. I think we have a few more hours until its past us but so far we have not fared too bad. there is some minor flooding and scattered power outages.
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Old 08-28-2011, 11:42 AM
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So far a good amount of rain and some wind gusts here but nothing crazy. I think we have a few more hours until its past us but so far we have not fared too bad. there is some minor flooding and scattered power outages.

That's great to hear y'all are doing OK...
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I'm still here, But WHAT A MESS!! So many down trees, and some cars were crushed. Lost power in some area. A lot of poles were snaped. I heard on the news that one person died. He was trying wind surf on The Great South Bay. There were floods along the south shore. Thank God my home is in one piece and my chevelle was not damaged. I hope the next storm in the future is not as bad as this storm. It was nasty.
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still here and all is well glad i took the precautions and glad all the trees stayed in the ground where they belong well at least in the yard they did.....
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So much destruction and death, but glad to see you guys are ok.
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Let's just say it got really wet and windy, the huge oaks in my back yard are still standing though they spread their wealth of broken branches and leaves plus the power went out for 32 hours. A lot of folks in areas around me wont have power for a while plus are still in a flood or a flood warning situation after many, many inches of rain well beyond the mythical 100 year deluge

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Old 08-30-2011, 05:27 AM
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CNN news shows that there are a lot of folks in tough shape with no home to go home to.. heart wrenching to see that..

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We made it threw fine, no damage at my place but not far away there are home that are gone.
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Some of what is going on nearby: http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/lookout/...153510538.html
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Vermont really looks bad!!!!!!!!!

The pictures I see on TV of Vermont, NH and upstate New York look very bad.

This is the worst flooding they have seen in 75 years.

To see the very old covered bridges floating down the river is a shame.

I have been living in Florida for the past 20 years of so and we see our share of hurricanes but to see this happening up north is crazy.

I don't remember many hurricanes in the past 15 years missing Florida like Irene did.
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