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I think for us it’s not going to be nearly as bad as Opal in ‘95. I had 3 trees on my house. It’s taking a more easterly route and we’ll get rain and wind but not like Opal.

 

The storm surge is huge. I have friends on the coast down there and I’m afraid they’ll get flooded. They’re like at sea level.

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I have a cousin near Fort Walton who's military and he can't leave, I have a niece east of Destin who's a hotel maanger and she can't leave. It's looking bad now that it's a category 4. Prayers for them and all those in the path, in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina! My husband is in Greenville, SC, and is heading home Thursday just as it's heading his way.

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Paulding County Beach??? :lol:

 

 

 

I have quite a few family members in PCB. Some came up to my uncle's in Warner Robbins. Some stayed.

The news has been reporting that this is the strongest hurricane to hit the area in recorded history.
I love the one jack wagon resident on the news this morning who said, "Meh, I've seen worse."

No, no sir, you haven't.

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