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Florida - Hurricane

scotchipmanscotchipman Posts: 4,013 ★★★Triple Panda Award Recipient ★★★
edited October 2016 in Breaking News
Wishing all of you skiers on the east coast of Florida a safe night, not looking good! Post pictures when its over.

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- President of the Utah Water Ski Club
- Owner at Still Water Lake Estates
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Comments

  • Orlando76Orlando76 Posts: 746 Crazy Baller


  • EdbrazilEdbrazil Posts: 1,372 Historical Baller
    NW wind at LaPoints is pretty much a direct headwind off the dock. I hope that we can
    get reports after "Matthew" passes by the various ski sites. Here at McCormicks, the
    predictions are for not much more than winds around 40, mainly from the North.
  • Chef23Chef23 Posts: 5,642 Mega Baller
    I am jealous at multiple ZO boats in @OB1 's driveway.
    Mark Shaffer
    usaski1[Deleted User]MuskokaKy
  • liquid dliquid d Posts: 1,001 Crazy Baller
    We are getting lucky as Matthew stayed offshore! Thank God! whew!
  • scotchipmanscotchipman Posts: 4,013 ★★★Triple Panda Award Recipient ★★★
    Super lucky, if Matthew would have come on shore last night as CAT 4 there would have been major damage.
    - President of the Utah Water Ski Club
    - Owner at Still Water Lake Estates
  • EdbrazilEdbrazil Posts: 1,372 Historical Baller
    edited October 2016
    Report from McCormicks: nothing more than some 25 mph wind gusts. Maybe an inch
    or two of rain yesterday and overnight. Still cloudy here, and a light breeze. Ramp is
    still sitting out there just fine. Only lost power momentarily.
    Maybe other sites from South, Central, and East coast Florida can report. I'm concerned
    Palm Bay may have received a big hit. Although the storm followed the coast, the eye
    stayed maybe 50 miles out to sea. Matthew may still visit GA and SC. Hope that Trophy
    Lakes avoids damage.
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