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Old 06-04-2008, 04:29 PM
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Hell with that. Should have been here in Rockville about an hour ago. 83mph winds and sh*t flying everywhere. One car had a tree land on it at a business next door. Horrendous rain too.
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239,000 people without lights in Northern Va as of 4.30pm.
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Hell with that. Should have been here in Rockville about an hour ago. 83mph winds and sh*t flying everywhere. One car had a tree land on it at a business next door. Horrendous rain too.

My office is in Alexandria Va. and I live South of Annapolis, I left my office at 3PM, by the time I got into DC the storm had caught up to me and it seems for the next half of an hour I was driving with it (heading east), tornadoes reportedly touched down in Falls Church Va and Arnold Md. by the Bay Bridge.... They said on WTOP that the storm line was rolling to the east at 60MPH!!!!! Good thing is it it was over with quick...
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Old 06-04-2008, 04:53 PM
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Saw on the telly last night around 10pm there some potential funnels heading across the James west to east over to the Chickahominy and Williamsburg/Jamestown area. Hope all went well.

Down here at da-beach we had a little shower then woke up to a smokin' hot day.
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239,000 people without lights in Northern Va as of 4.30pm.
248,500 as of 5pm it's going to be a long HOT night.
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Old 06-04-2008, 05:30 PM
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We got a little rain here last night but no wind. Nowhere near what they called for. It looked like it was bad north of the York River. Been beautiful all day today. Were getting ready to drop the Mastercraft in and go skiing. They had 90% chance of rain with tornadoes possible here on Saturday and we never got a drop. We cruised the rivah all day.
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Just missed us to the north by about 4 miles, got a little bit of wind and rain. We put everything into the Compound and hoped for the best.
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Looks like the northern Virginia neck is in for some more too...

http://www.accuweather.com/radar-lar...=state&large=1
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Any storms tonight? because I just pulled into the quality inn at ashland Va. did not see any debris on I -95 coming north. but I did pass the MISS GEICO traveling carnival in south carolina, they were heading south.
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Old 06-04-2008, 06:31 PM
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There were a few trees down and lots of limbs in the Woodlake and BranderMill areas last night. Other than that, I think we dodged a big one!!

Looks like more storms north of Richmond later this evening, acording to weather.com.
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