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Here Comes Hurricane Javier

Discussion in 'Southwestern Region' started by DandyDon, Sep 18, 2004.

  1. DandyDon

    DandyDon Old men ought to be explorers ScubaBoard Supporter

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    I don't think that storm surge and waves will be a problem in Arizona, but flooding - the primary killer in hurricanes, could be y'all watch out. :D

    {I've been watching this one for the possibility of heading my way. Still could?}
     
  2. kmac

    kmac Solo Diver

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    Yep... Got wet today! Woke up and it was pouring rain... So I was in the lake by 8:30! Lots of big waves to beat you against the rocks and a visibility of about 6"... (thats 6 inches... not feet... lol) :monkeydan
     
  3. Hawkeye Mark

    Hawkeye Mark Divemaster

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    Went to the ASU-Iowa game in Phoenix Saturday. Did not expect to get drenched in Phoenix. But thats what happened. Thought I was avoiding hurricanes by leaving Texas for weekend
     

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