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Tropical TS Olga (for a few hours)

metwannabe

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BRACE YOURSLEVES, OLGA IS COMING
NC is likely to be hit from Olga.
IF it develops, it will not "hit" NC.... in all likelihood it would be a very weak system at best with tons of beneficial rains for the SE. Please use some restraint in post, this place is very educational at times and I honestly think you could learn so much more if you would read more and try to understand before posting.
 
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IF it develops, it will not "hit" NC.... in all likelihood it would be a very weak system at best with tons of beneficial rains for the SE. Please use some restraint in post, this place is very educational at times and I honestly think you could learn so much more if you would read more and try to understand before posting.
ok. sorry. :oops::oops::oops:
 

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Gonna get absorbed by a front sometime in the next 12-24 hours. But it did look impressive earlier today and it's going to help combine for help in the rain department.
 

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That Lake was built in the wrong place ... it only gets (typically) 30 to 35% of the runoff ... the rest goes east ...
 
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