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Doesn’t look good for the Carolinas come Thursday or so.
 

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May get double slapped. By onshore there should be another right behind. IF that happens it will be a major disaster.
There is nothing coming behind it. Isaac is to the south, and looks like it may be fizzling out south of the Dominican Republic. Helene looks like a fish storm. No credible forecasts put either of them going into the Carolinas.
 

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Sustained winds are over 120 gusts 140
Way worse than Ivan.
Low country is gonna get hit hard..
 

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Looks like track may have shifted slightly south. Expected to stall on or near shore. Wave heights of 83 feet recorded near center of Florence.
 

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This is going to be a bad one, as it will stall at land fall.

The stories of Andrew in 1992, of people in their bathrooms, with every mattress they own, stacked on top of them, for 16 Hours, while their kitchen cabinets were blown out the window, scares the heck out of me.

They have had counter flow traffic on I-26 for about 24 hours now.
I sure hope everyone runs away.
 

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this storm is 350 miles wide! That is a biggun.
 

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This is going to be a bad one, as it will stall at land fall.

The stories of Andrew in 1992, of people in their bathrooms, with every mattress they own, stacked on top of them, for 16 Hours, while their kitchen cabinets were blown out the window, scares the heck out of me.

They have had counter flow traffic on I-26 for about 24 hours now.
I sure hope everyone runs away.
I assume that you will be working Florence? The company I run for handles my preferred carrier in SC and VA, but will probably help with overflow if NC is impacted as much as expected.
 

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It looks like this year it is not a good idea to travel anywhere. The tiny virus has forced the world to stop all around the globe. We do not know yet what will be the outcome. The only positive thing is that nature will have a moment of rest from humanity. I am from https://dialcodes.co.uk/areacodes/01223 and only humans are punished. Animals and other living beings are enjoying it.
 

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May get double slapped. By onshore there should be another right behind. IF that happens it will be a major disaster.
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