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Discussion in 'All Discussions' started by Betty, Aug 30, 2017.
175 mph winds??!!! Holy crap. Goodbye Keys?
not looking good for florida
About as perfect as they come. And this one is coming. Back to prep. This sucks.
Just think of this....at this very moment, somewhere along the coast of Haiti or Cuba, there are refugees piling into an overcrowded old, decrepid boat, preparing to launch off and try to get to America, oblivious to what is heading their way.....
didn't you mean that the other way around?
Sounds like the crew of the "El Faro", only they were in a 791ft steel container vessel equipped with state-of-the-art weather radar. Nothing is safe from mother nature.
Well boys my Island last year got super f***** up by Hurricane Matthew and we're still recovering from it there's a bunch of houses that are still unlivable and whatnot in thousands of trees just everywhere down. What's interesting if this thing is really going to go how Swellinfo forecast in it doubt it with the Crossing Florida and heading along my Coastline bringing 16ft triple overhead waves which would be f****** awesome. Well it would be Victory at Sea but today after the cleanup would be cool I would be Surfer days after potentially but I don't know because the day after Matthew there wasn't shyt didn't have enough time out to close to shore. Everyone down here it's already getting all panicky and whatnot honestly if it comes here I'm going to go up into one of the big hotels and chill out in the emergency hallways and sit out the storm and record it. I'm probably going to have a first responder pass anyways but I don't have a car anymore so I'm just going to chill out with my surfboards and a bunch of food and water. That is if this awesome this happened
Holy s*** I didn't even realize it reached cat 5. You Florida boys are in for a pounding be safe down there there's going to be waves on Lake Okeechobee.
Hope all you guys and gals in Florida stay safe.
Looks life Jose has formed to boot...
Anyone else looking at the comparisons to Donna in 1960? Looks frighteningly similar to this Irma. I'll be prepping for cat 2 landfall after seeing Donna's track. I would upload the image but it's too big...
Irma aint stopping for ****. Everyone who can needs to get out of the way. This storm is freaking scary.
I just heard the weather dude say it's the strongest Atlantic Hurricane on record, ever...
185 mph on the 2pm update. Ho Lee Funk!
Good luck you guys (and Betty) I hope you all come out of this unscathed.
I've really liked my trips to the Keys over the years. Scary to imagine a Cat4 storm hitting any of those islands... Islamorada hasta la vista.
lots homeless ppl in the keys too