Tropical Storm Lee

Discussion in 'Off The Beaten Track' started by skatemommy, Sep 3, 2011.

  1. skatemommy

    skatemommy Well-Known Member

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    Looking at the Weather Channel, TS Lee looks mighty large and strong. I hate when these type of events happen on a weekend as there is very little local coverage. FSU - please check in and keep us updated. Hope for the best.
     
  2. Lacey

    Lacey Well-Known Member

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    I feel so sorry for those of you who are in the deep south with all of this rain.

    Anyone know where it's going next week?
     
  3. skatemommy

    skatemommy Well-Known Member

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    Brian, Matry, you guys good?
     
  4. Holley Calmes

    Holley Calmes Well-Known Member

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    As a resident of a drought-parched north Georgia area..I am longing for Tropical Storm Lee to come dump a few inches of rain on my neck of the woods. PLEASE!

    Seriously-we haven't had more than a pop-up thunder storm of brief duration here for over a month. We NEED a good drenching. I know in coastal regions Lee is more of a hazard. I hope for no major flooding for everyone down there which includes my kin in Fairhope, Alabama. I am just hoping it will blow northeasterward and bring us some very badly needed rain across Alabama and Georgia. A few days of staying inside due to downpours sounds like heaven.
     
  5. NeilJLeonard

    NeilJLeonard Well-Known Member

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    TWC has Lee going over N Georgia & most of Alabama. Heavy rains are expected in Atlanta and as far north as PA. I hope this helps you.

    NJL
     
  6. Lacey

    Lacey Well-Known Member

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    PA had something like 19 inches last month, no thanks to more.
     
  7. BigB08822

    BigB08822 Well-Known Member

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    I am fine! It has been raining off an on for 2 days now but really, it has not been bad at all. Business has been going on as usual. Today it is the worst but I think it should all be through here in a couple of hours. This is nothing for our area. :)