This from the weather service:
SXUS72 KMFL 280129
RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
930 PM EDT TUE MAY 27 2003
FORT LAUDERDALE AIRPORT REPORTED 9.18 INCHES OF RAIN AS OF 8:00 PM.
THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 3.10 INCHES SET IN 1954.
3 times the old record
Check the wake on these cars.
looks like loto.
Yes, we are soaked down here!! You can boat in some of the streets now!
It just keeps raining and raining!
Whats a girl to do? Can't go play with the horses or horse power!!
I might have to come up there sooner.
Go Big or go Home!
Streets suitable for a cigarette cafe racer???
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Where did all that come from???
Nice and dry here!
Last edited by Baja Daze; 05-28-2003 at 01:12 PM.
Hey, isn't that a Manatee Zone? What the hell are they thinking driving that fast?
We received something like EIGHT inches in 2 hours yesterday evening!!!!
How about that two and a half hour thunder and lightning show!
It's starting to rumble again as I write this.
HOLY CHIT !!! . That's alot of frickin' water. What about West Palm ???
West Palm got a little less yesterday, but we also had a tornado warning!
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