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LongLine

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I've never seen them predict them this big out of the north before. 15-18's yes, 22's no.

MONDAY NIGHT

NORTH STORMS TO 50 KNOTS...WITH A FEW HURRICANE

FORCE GUSTS TO 65 KNOTS...BECOMING NORTHEAST. RAIN. WAVES 16 TO

22 FEET.

I hope no one is still in at the River.

Tom B.

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Right on the Lake O shore......She's "barkin" now! The lower water leval may help........But, when the north wind hits the water and throws it against the windows....it's BAD! Hope everyone gets through this thing safe! ............Steve........

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What's predicted to be bad about this one is that it's going to be directly out of the north. Great majority of our storms come out of the west. As I remember Agness came more out of the south. trees have grown accustomed to strong wind from the west & have root structure etc for that. North is something else. At least the great majority of tree still have the sap in them.

Everyone please be safe whereever you are,

Tom B.

(LongLine)

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