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Old 09-13-2018, 11:54 AM   #181
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Weather channel seems upset itís no longer a Category 3, dropping to 2-1. So much so, our local CHICAGO weather broadcast noticed and stated just that.

I swear if it turns and dissipates, weather channel anchorman will have a tantrum.
I swear I was listening to the Weather Channel a while back and heard the presenter say "unfortunately the system will be experiencing unfavorable conditions for development". Freudian slip if I ever heard one.
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Old 09-13-2018, 01:25 PM   #182
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Need advice

It looks like Iím in the path of the storm, the question is should I leave the camper at my house or move it. I could move the camper but with all the rain that is expected there is no way Iíll be able to get the camper home. In case the power is out for awhile. It would be great if I could live in the camper. If I stay should I hook the truck to the camper. Right now the weather service is calling for winds of 150mph coming ashore, I live seventy miles from the ocean
From the Weather Channel report this morning even several miles inland could have massive storm surge. This would take truck and trailer away.
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Old 09-13-2018, 02:21 PM   #183
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Old 09-13-2018, 02:41 PM   #184
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Itís so hard to see what tomorrow holds, but I got scared. In hindsight I should not have moved the camper. Oh well maybe the electric will not be off long when it goes out. Oh well maybe Iíll get to spend a few days in Pigeon Forge. Now thatís a silver lining
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Old 09-13-2018, 04:26 PM   #185
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Itís so hard to see what tomorrow holds, but I got scared. In hindsight I should not have moved the camper. Oh well maybe the electric will not be off long when it goes out. Oh well maybe Iíll get to spend a few days in Pigeon Forge. Now thatís a silver lining
Should be okay at Pigeon Forge. Only tropical depression effects forecast for Sunday.

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Old 09-13-2018, 04:40 PM   #186
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They just put everyone on notice here in Southeast VA. The COE has just closed and will evacuate all there CG today at noon until Sept 19th. I live on the biggest lake in Virginia, my house is built above the flood zone of 325' elevation. They are expecting for it to flood over it's banks, I have not seen that since 2003 and Isabel. Right now they can't drain this reservoir fast enough. The John Kerr. Or Buggs Island lake Clarksville VA.
Good luck Glenn. Hope everything works for you and the family.
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Old 09-13-2018, 04:42 PM   #187
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Itís so hard to see what tomorrow holds, but I got scared. In hindsight I should not have moved the camper. Oh well maybe the electric will not be off long when it goes out. Oh well maybe Iíll get to spend a few days in Pigeon Forge. Now thatís a silver lining
I think it was the correct decision. I have lived in the Carolinas for over 45 years and have been in several major hurricanes, even if nothing happens at home you are still ahead of the curve. If you hadn't moved it and something happened you would be unhappy with yourself.

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Old 09-14-2018, 08:23 AM   #188
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We still have power here, most of our friends have lost power
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We still have power here, most of our friends have lost power
Honestly, I'm almost bored here.
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Honestly, I'm almost bored here.
Hope you stay bored. Much better than having to be rescued from your roof.

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