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Thread: Commanders in the path of Hurricane Florence

  1. #16
    Originally Posted by Bob Lighthouse View Post (Source)
    Yes, you can change altitude too.
    This site is very powerful because we obtain the weather report of the worldwide, up to the smallest village

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    The Philippines is a cursed land for a long time

  5. #20
    Originally Posted by shreddog View Post (Source)
    That's a terrific app. Bookmarked forever + rep.

    Mangkhut is terrifyingly being classed a 'super typhoon' .. two words that should never have to be used together.

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    Originally Posted by Winterwalker View Post (Source)
    That's a terrific app. Bookmarked forever + rep.

    Mangkhut is terrifyingly being classed a 'super typhoon' .. two words that should never have to be used together.
    Cool app indeed.
    Best wishes to all those folks too.

    I have friends that just weathered it out in Guam.
    Nasty one but everyone I know seems ok.

    I was on Guam for super-typhoon Pamela but it was pretty fun in elementary school!

    "What? No school still?
    We are eating BBQ around a fire again?!
    There is water everywhere! I'm going out on my bike!
    The military is bringing us tanks!?!
    They use them for water too?!
    What do you mean the wind blew the cement trucks away?"

    I must have been impossible, lol...

  8. #23
    Originally Posted by Patrick_68000 View Post (Source)
    The Philippines is a cursed land for a long time
    Definitely one of the 5 worst places to live.

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    Originally Posted by Rade Konn View Post (Source)
    Definitely one of the 5 worst places to live.
    And despite everything overpopulated


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    The governor of the North Carolina declared on Friday that the hurricane Florence was destroying this State of the American southeast where it landed in the early hours.

    " The storm ravages our State", regretted the governor Roy Cooper in press conference. " We are very worried that whole localities can be destroyed ", he added.

    A tragedy is coming, it seems

  11. #26
    Originally Posted by Rade Konn View Post (Source)
    Definitely one of the 5 worst places to live.

    It has some pretty nice features.







    Nomnomnom...

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    I've heard back from CMDR Spyrle and he and the family are safe!

    While his house is one of the rare ones that is raised up several feet (looks like a raised ranch but without the basement) the water still rose up high enough to come within a couple of inches of coming through his front door.

    Scary.

    While I'm thankful only his garage, crawlspace, central air, and vehicles got waterlogged and probably need to be replaced, knowing that almost all the houses around him have six feet of water in them is heartbreaking :-(

    Makes me thankful I live in the Berkshire hills a thousand feet above sea level. Yeah, we get snow, but it doesn't threaten to come into our home.

  13. #28
    Originally Posted by Bob Lighthouse View Post (Source)
    It has some pretty nice features.







    Nomnomnom...
    There is always something good in the worst

  14. #29
    More good news... CMDR Spyrle's cars parked at the town hall survived!

    Lucky they did that because his garage had 52" of water in it at one point :-(

    Thank goodness his house is raised up - his neighbors (in New Bern, NC) did not fair so well :-(


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    Originally Posted by Greylock View Post (Source)
    More good news... CMDR Spyrle's cars parked at the town hall survived!
    Pathetic ...

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