Saturday, June 11, 2005

ARLENE COMES ONSHORE
NEAR PENSACOLA
WEAKENING BEFORE LANDFALL

Arlene 2
LUCKILY FOR EVERYONE ELSE,
THE ATLANTIC IS QUIET...RIGHT NOW

Atlantic 1
NO COMPARISON TO IVAN...
JUST NINE MONTHS AGO.
IN PENSACOLA, IT WAS LIKE YESTERDAY.

Ivan 1

IN FACT, HERE WAS YESTERDAY
IN PENSACOLA...
AND THAT SIGN SUMS IT UP

Arlene 3

As for yesterday (Friday, June 10)...those are piles of debris left over from the IVAN cleanup! Read about the agony and determination of Florida residents in the Pensacola News Journal. Arlene will bring heavy rain to the entire Southeast, and winds near 75 mph will produce extensive tornadoes to the right of the center throughout Florida and Georgia, probably extending into the Carolinas. The Mid-Atlantic will see widespread thunderstorms and more juicing of the humidity over the next several days. The Mississippi and Ohio Valley will also get drenched Sunday into Tuesday as Arlene's remnants merge with a frontal boundary moving in from the MidWest.

Hurricane Season is here and off with a bang. Hope you are ready. Pennsylvania residents learned first hand how much damage can be caused by a weakening tropical system even when the victims were hundreds of miles from the actual storm.

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