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HURRICANE FLORENCE
PioneerSpirit
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And the latest rain estimates ... YIKES!

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Post: #33
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PioneerSpirit  Wrote: (09-07-2018 09:07 PM)
And the latest rain estimates ... YIKES!

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Post: #34
RE: HURRICANE FLORENCE
PioneerSpirit  Wrote: (09-07-2018 09:00 PM)
MoonsMuse  Wrote: (09-07-2018 08:58 PM)
I was 3 years old during Hugo and don't remember it,

I remember HUGO very well. The entire mid Atlantic through New England was a freak'n mess. A girl I was working with had her honeymoon in Bermuda a few days after Hugo .... poor kid.

Quote:Parts of the Outer Banks are very fragile.

I think OBX (outer banks) is the bullseye. Really.

Agree on getting the meds now.
Any barrier island including the Banks are the areas where you may want to leave when the time comes. Bridges close and ferries stop running. Then you're on your own if you stay. Think Sandy type surge with 100 plus sustained winds.
You won't want to be there.
Inland in the mountains you have trees down, power out, fresh water flooding. So start prepping now even in the mountains.
Coastal areas get ready to leave. Insurance papers, photos etc. I lost a lot of photos in Sandy.
Remember your life is not replaceable.
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One more think don't pay attention to the direct tracks now. They will be changing.
I guarantee you the tyrack and landfall will be changing right until the end.
Get preppin.
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Post: #36
RE: HURRICANE FLORENCE
Fluke  Wrote: (09-07-2018 09:56 PM)
PioneerSpirit  Wrote: (09-07-2018 09:00 PM)
I remember HUGO very well. The entire mid Atlantic through New England was a freak'n mess. A girl I was working with had her honeymoon in Bermuda a few days after Hugo .... poor kid.


I think OBX (outer banks) is the bullseye. Really.

Agree on getting the meds now.
Any barrier island including the Banks are the areas where you may want to leave when the time comes. Bridges close and ferries stop running. Then you're on your own if you stay. Think Sandy type surge with 100 plus sustained winds.
You won't want to be there.
Inland in the mountains you have trees down, power out, fresh water flooding. So start prepping now even in the mountains.
Coastal areas get ready to leave. Insurance papers, photos etc. I lost a lot of photos in Sandy.
Remember your life is not replaceable.
After Hugo my dad had the house repaired but years later there was another hurricane that did more damage. I can't remember which one it was but he had the house completely rebuilt. I remember different times in my life when we were worrying over various ts and hurricanes. And you are right, it's scary to try and get off one of the islands during a storm of that magnitude.

Dad had a fairly new charter type boat (named "The Hooker") that was mostly destroyed in one of the smaller storms. He passed away a few years ago and left the house to me. So then I had to worry every time there was a threat. I didn't want to sell it because it was my dads so I gave it to a friend of his who retired down there and cared for it all that time. I'm free of the house but now I will worry about him.

I hope everyone is well prepared and safe. Hugs

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Post: #37
RE: HURRICANE FLORENCE
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Time for bed. Said Zebedee to FLORENCE! chuckle Rofl
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Post: #38
RE: HURRICANE FLORENCE
PioneerSpirit  Wrote: (09-07-2018 06:37 PM)
link to image: http://www.brevardtimes.com/wp-content/u...d_wind.png

We are basically in Philly so we are watching this one carefully.
Latest weather channel ... and weather forums ... say CAT 4 landfall on OBX (outer banks).
Then up the coast inland ... Hugo style.

Honestly, I listen to the amatures in the weather forums more.
They know what's going on and they are not under constraints to say things a certain way ... etc.
Click Here to read the Weather Discussions

Anyways, I just got back from restocking my candle supply and 10 cases of water from Lowes (4$ a case).
Have bulk food items okay but will do a 'RUN' on Wednesday for other stuff ...
Anyone else? Get ready now ... avoid the rush ....

Side note - every time I hear the name 'hurricane Florence' I think of Florence Henderson from Brady Bunch. chuckle

link to image: https://imagesvc.timeincapp.com/v3/mm/im...w=700&q=85

went thru one that cut thru middle of florida last year ya know what i wish i had bought a batt operated fan an a batt operated radio or television we were outta power for 2 weeks.Scream1
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Post: #39
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Gonna get more ammo!......shooting the hurricane won't stop it, BUT its an excuse to buy more ammo.....chuckle......can't have too much ammo.....I will fill up the gas cans tho....
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Post: #40
RE: HURRICANE FLORENCE
PioneerSpirit  Wrote: (09-07-2018 06:37 PM)
link to image: http://www.brevardtimes.com/wp-content/u...d_wind.png

We are basically in Philly so we are watching this one carefully.
Latest weather channel ... and weather forums ... say CAT 4 landfall on OBX (outer banks).
Then up the coast inland ... Hugo style.

Honestly, I listen to the amatures in the weather forums more.
They know what's going on and they are not under constraints to say things a certain way ... etc.
Click Here to read the Weather Discussions

Anyways, I just got back from restocking my candle supply and 10 cases of water from Lowes (4$ a case).
Have bulk food items okay but will do a 'RUN' on Wednesday for other stuff ...
Anyone else? Get ready now ... avoid the rush ....

Side note - every time I hear the name 'hurricane Florence' I think of Florence Henderson from Brady Bunch. chuckle

link to image: https://imagesvc.timeincapp.com/v3/mm/im...w=700&q=85

Do we have any good wind maps on here yet? Should I get some?

I hope this Flow ain't like an 72' Agnes. Good grief! I worry too much. :(
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Re' kunoc nli
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Post: #41
RE: HURRICANE FLORENCE
PioneerSpirit  Wrote: (09-07-2018 09:05 PM)
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Post: #42
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MoonsMuse  Wrote: (09-07-2018 10:52 PM)
Fluke  Wrote: (09-07-2018 09:56 PM)
Agree on getting the meds now.
Any barrier island including the Banks are the areas where you may want to leave when the time comes. Bridges close and ferries stop running. Then you're on your own if you stay. Think Sandy type surge with 100 plus sustained winds.
You won't want to be there.
Inland in the mountains you have trees down, power out, fresh water flooding. So start prepping now even in the mountains.
Coastal areas get ready to leave. Insurance papers, photos etc. I lost a lot of photos in Sandy.
Remember your life is not replaceable.
After Hugo my dad had the house repaired but years later there was another hurricane that did more damage. I can't remember which one it was but he had the house completely rebuilt. I remember different times in my life when we were worrying over various ts and hurricanes. And you are right, it's scary to try and get off one of the islands during a storm of that magnitude.

Dad had a fairly new charter type boat (named "The Hooker") that was mostly destroyed in one of the smaller storms. He passed away a few years ago and left the house to me. So then I had to worry every time there was a threat. I didn't want to sell it because it was my dads so I gave it to a friend of his who retired down there and cared for it all that time. I'm free of the house but now I will worry about him.

I hope everyone is well prepared and safe. Hugs


You're such a damn sweetheart.. the world should be full of people like you:)

Heartflowers
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Re' kunoc nli
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Post: #43
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Ha! I just heard that a local news channel affiliation to CNN that was "hyping up" Florence, got their feed cut?

chuckle

What's that all about? Sattelite single lost? But only that channel? It's a local broadcast issue. Right? :?
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RE: HURRICANE FLORENCE
guesticle  Wrote: (09-07-2018 11:56 PM)
Gonna get more ammo!......shooting the hurricane won't stop it, BUT its an excuse to buy more ammo.....chuckle......can't have too much ammo.....I will fill up the gas cans tho....

We refused to leave and after Sandy the looting in my neighborhood got so bad the National Guard got called in and they stopped it pronto.
Before the Guard there was about 3 days when I had loaded guns around the house.
Power was out so I did armed patrols while wife got some sleep. Middle of the night some jacked up pickup truck stopped and I came close to shooting him because he never saw me until he realized he was at the wrong end of a loaded gun. He took off pretty fast.
Ammo. You can never have enough.
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Post: #45
RE: HURRICANE FLORENCE
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-08-2018 12:26 AM)
MoonsMuse  Wrote: (09-07-2018 10:52 PM)
After Hugo my dad had the house repaired but years later there was another hurricane that did more damage. I can't remember which one it was but he had the house completely rebuilt. I remember different times in my life when we were worrying over various ts and hurricanes. And you are right, it's scary to try and get off one of the islands during a storm of that magnitude.

Dad had a fairly new charter type boat (named "The Hooker") that was mostly destroyed in one of the smaller storms. He passed away a few years ago and left the house to me. So then I had to worry every time there was a threat. I didn't want to sell it because it was my dads so I gave it to a friend of his who retired down there and cared for it all that time. I'm free of the house but now I will worry about him.

I hope everyone is well prepared and safe. Hugs


You're such a damn sweetheart.. the world should be full of people like you:)

Heartflowers

Well, the house belonged to my dad and seemed to be a part of his heart. We sat up many nights watching the weather channel worrying about it. I needed complete closure and freaking out every time a storm was going to hit that area was only causing more grief. Even considering selling it was heartbreaking and for some reason made me feel like a traitor.

He also had several boats and every kind of fishing equipment you can think of. He was an avid fisherman and even tried to teach me. :) When I gave it all away to his friend and curator of the house I was free. I'm no longer worried about getting on and off the island and wondering where the house landed when it blew away.

Hugs Heartflowers Hugs
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