***TROPICAL ALERT*** Hurricane Sally (Tropical systems are going into 2020 mode) (1 Viewer)

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9/14: ADDING LINKS/MAPS TO bonnjer's ORIGINAL POST.

I'm adding key info to the original post to make it easier to find. I'll add more info as needed. ~primadox
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This is really a strange storm.Should be a borderline cat 2 according to the pressure
Still wondering if proximity to land is accounting for some of this strangeness. It's also a really lopsided storm, which is not uncommon ... but still -- 100 miles west of the eye and the weather's nice and calm.
 

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Still wondering if proximity to land is accounting for some of this strangeness. It's also a really lopsided storm, which is not uncommon ... but still -- 100 miles west of the eye and the weather's nice and calm.
We are finally getting some nice tropical rain in mid city.
 

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We are finally getting some nice tropical rain in mid city.
It rained here (Gretna area) for several minutes starting about 20 minutes ago. It was a substantial rain, if not torrential.
 

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A broker friend of mine just sent me pics- he has place on Inarerity Point- ( just north of Perdido ) his dock is slowly disappearing.

but his friend has place on Ono Island ( old river side ) and left his boat in lift ( said its a brand new Grady White ) ....yeah thats about to be a loss
 

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What happens if we run out of the Greek alphabet storm names?
 

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A broker friend of mine just sent me pics- he has place on Inarerity Point- ( just north of Perdido ) his dock is slowly disappearing.

but his friend has place on Ono Island ( old river side ) and left his boat in lift ( said its a brand new Grady White ) ....yeah thats about to be a loss
I left Ole River Sunday and the water was already to the underside of our dock. I don't think we'll get a surge like Ivan, he might be OK. If not, his boat should wash up in his or his neighbor's yard 😀
 

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