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Josh Morgerman Nov 30
My very last night in . Too brisk (48°F) for porch sittin'. Steamy July nights seem like ages ago. P.S. That twisted old live oak swayed like crazy during . I was concerned we were going to lose it, but it withstood the beating. Proud ol' tree. ❤
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❤️ Prell ❤️ Dec 3
She gives me high blood pressure but she’s still my baby & favorite 💙💙💙
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NOLA Ready Nov 30
On the last day of hurricane season, we are recognizing our incredible NOLA Ready volunteers. With a record-breaking 30 named storms this season, was in the forecast cone 8 times, we took a direct hit from , and as a city we hosted 12,000+ evacuees. Thread: 1/5
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NOLA Ready Nov 26
Replying to @nolaready
With every blow 2020 has dealt us, residents have stepped up to the challenge. Thank you to the volunteers who have worked testing sites, food programs, the Hurricane resource center, post- cleanup & more! We’re going to need you in 2021 for vaccine efforts.
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John Bel Edwards Nov 28
ICYMI: This week, I requested a major federal disaster declaration for damage from Hurricane , which brought considerable damage to impacted areas. As we continue with recovery, we're asking for the continued assistance of our federal partners.
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James C. Bozeman Dec 1
Replying to @JohnnyParker012
Got just shy of 4 inches Wednesday of last week through Monday this week. Had not had a drop since left town. 3 on that visit. Grace and Peace my friend.
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Tony Brite Nov 27
Replying to @tbrite89
I've driven within the eyewall of numerous throughout my chase career, (foolishly), but the winds shown during the first two minutes of this video may very well have been the worst I've ever driven through!
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The Sapphire Woman Nov 27
So proud of my ladies! Lived watching them during the
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Steven Andrews Nov 27
Good night Marge. I received some good showers over here tonight; the heaviest rains I've received since the hurricane last month. 🎄😉🎄
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B Nov 27
Replying to @UAPostGrad
All the roofers here have been crazy busy since . Thankfully I was not in need of their services. At least not yet anyway.
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Paul Nov 25
Never thought I'd actually go for my Zeta, but look what happened. It's been a fun little carrot to chase, but the grind was so abysmal! Glad I completed my glamour though! ,
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Josh Morgerman Nov 28
Replying to @iCyclone
P.S. You can see this same tree swaying in the wind as closed in on the town exactly one month ago today (at 6 mins 37 secs):
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Joe Lowry 18h
Great to see has filed their EIS for and joined - great assets/great leadership
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ZΦB - ΦΨZ Chapter Nov 27
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Gundam? I Hardly Know ‘em Nov 26
I knew like 13 dudes that looked like this in college
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USGS HDDS Nov 25
14 scenes of GEOEYE ingested to HDDS for event 202010_Hurricane_Zeta
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P. Locola Nov 25
Replying to @iCyclone
Great video of n both locations! "WHOA" when branch hit your car was quite spontaneously descriptive! Standing on front porch was great view for last 'cane of the season! Palm trees down after told the tale 4 me! Glad you could ride it out in BSL!! THANKS!! Pam in SC
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CyclonicTrain Nov 30
Compilation of all 2-day TWO during the entirety of the official 2020 season (June to November). Arthur and Bertha not included. Notable storms includes , , , , , , and
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U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith Dec 3
Our Mississippi delegation wrote requesting a federal disaster declaration for Hurricane . State resources are already strained by and other severe storms that previously affected MS this year.
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Meeka 8h
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