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  1. #1
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    New ts gustav!!!

    Whats it gonna do?! Predictions?! Heading NW at 12mph at the moment but the weather channel is saying it might be taking a more northerly track then Fay and heading towards Haiti/Dominican Republic then towards the Bahamas and maybe up the East Coast!

    Looking healthy!!!

    http://www.weather.com/maps/news/atl...er1_large.html

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    Here is the National Hurricane Center forecast from the Swellinfo Hurricane Center:

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    where the hell is one of those storms that slowly moves up the coast about 300 miles out and just churns up swell for days? remember 'felix' back in the mid 90s ... sat well off the coast of va for days. we surfed chest high at BUCKROE beach of all places. this september should be promising... big storm month. lets pray for waves and no loss of lives! i heard some vacationing 18 year old surfer got swept away from croatan on sunday afternoon. he washed up at rudee inlet monday morning....

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    the latest track of gustav puts it over less land and more water. looking to be in the dangerous category for gulf coasters.

    PS. that image above will keep updating with the latest forecast.

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    yea this is the BAD kind of hurricane.. Don't think anyone should be rooting this one on..

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    Exclamation Cross your fingers

    Let's hope this 'cane makes landfall on Cuba, because this storm seems poised to become very serious

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    looks like a very dangerous storm. Below is the forecast models for Gustav: