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  1. #1

    Bring it Fred !!!

    No. 7 could be Fred

  2. #2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Zachary View Post
    No. 7 could be Fred
    yeah just click the hurricane button at the top and look at the track hahaha nice try though

  3. #3
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    ya, the track on TD 7 is not looking so hot unfortunately.

  4. #4
    that's a bummer

  5. #5

    Fred is Dead

    fredrum fredrum fredrum

  6. #6
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    Too bad, only 2 this summer, but at least one was DOH

  7. #7
    That storm doesn't know what it wants to do, first it was gonna cut north now it looks like it may head toward our coast....hopefully.

  8. #8
    yabba dabba doooo!

  9. #9
    Join Date
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    ...sh*t

    from Wunderground

    "Tropical Storm Fred has been ripped apart by wind shear, as strong southerly winds of 20 knots have removed all of Fred's heavy thunderstorms, leaving only a naked low-level swirl of clouds. Wind shear of 20 - 40 knots will continue today through Monday, and Fred should dissipate by Sunday night. Due to the continued strong shear expected over Fred the next four days, it is unlikely there will be anything left of the storm to regenerate from once the remains reach an area with moderate wind shear five days from now."