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Thursday, August 25, 2011

Irene

Mandatory evacuation Cape May County starting Friday 8am.
We're close by, 4 miles from the ocean and close to the bay.

Hoping for the best.

Good luck to everyone.

12 comments:

  1. I hope you'll be ok, we'll take some of the toughness out of it when it hits us in coastal NC first ;)

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  2. Patsi,

    Wish you luck and hope it slows down a lot before it gets to you. We are in Durham, NC, the weather as of this morning said we'd be lucky to get 1/10th inch of rain and 20 mph winds.

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  3. Please keep us posted when you can. Prayers.

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  4. Good luck to you, Patsi...
    LG Angelika

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  5. Dear Patsi, You know you are in my prayers. P. x

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  6. Patsi ;Hoping it will weaken....... take care.

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  7. Patsi, I hope you are safe and well. The storm is so unpredictable that they are unsure of how it will react. They are telling us here to expect high winds, meaning it will be terrible elsewhere. We should not get anything like the coastal communities and I pray for all of you in the path.

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  8. Thinking of you, Patsi. Stay safe.

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  9. The main thing is to stay safe Patsi. These storms are so unpredictable. I hope it winds it way to the right and back out to sea.Keep us posted and prayers.

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  10. It's approaching our NC coast and will be here 6 am tomorrow. TAKE IT SERIOUSLY and stay safe, Patsi! This storm sits and rains for hours and hours, so the flooding is going to be bad, not to mention the storm surges and winds.

    I am far enough inland that we'll probably have nothing more than a power loss.

    Stay safe and see you on the other side of the storm!

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  11. I was thinking about you today. Hope things went OK and you didn't get any damage. Or at least not much!

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