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Old 01-08-2005, 09:47 PM
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Thanks for letting us live vicariously thru you guys while we freeze our ***** off.
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Bite me. I'm glad you had fun!
Hey I went boating also today at the NY boat show
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Har har har.
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Old 01-08-2005, 10:52 PM
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It was way more than 67 here today, I went outside to rake some leaves and I was sweatin' my azz off.
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We went boating today also, AWESOME Day! The sunset was really coool, and dolphins were swimming in our wake!!! I'll post pics tomorrow, got go clean up boat, and cook the steaks!
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Which is Drew's new boat, and I might have missed something does Steve have a new boat?????? Dena you [email protected]*H
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Nice pics JR, waiting for the pics tomorrow
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Nice shootin` Bobby! It`s about 20 degrees here right now and that sound you hear is my truck warming up so I can drive home. Ya` gotta show me some of those cool places next month when I`m down for the show. Till then............
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yeah thats nice and all but i went sledding today and froze my a$$ off.
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Har har har.
Put your vest on, rain in excess of 24" . har har har.


NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
230 PM PST SAT JAN 8 2005

...FLOOD WATCH FOR FLASH FLOODING FOR SANTA BARBARA...VENTURA AND
LOS ANGELES COUNTIES EXTENDED UNTIL 9 AM PST TUESDAY...

A FLOOD WATCH FOR FLASH FLOODING MEANS THAT FLASH FLOODING IS
POSSIBLE...BUT NOT IMMINENT...IN THE WATCH AREA. PEOPLE IN THESE
AREAS SHOULD STAY ABREAST OF THE LATEST DEVELOPMENTS AND BE PREPARED
TO TAKE IMMEDIATE ACTION IF A WARNING IS ISSUED OR FLOODING IS
ENCOUNTERED.

RAINFALL TOTALS FROM THIS STORM THROUGH THIS MORNING HAVE GENERALLY
AVERAGED ONE TO TWO INCHES IN COASTAL AND VALLEY AREAS OF SANTA
BARBARA...VENTURA AND LOS ANGELES COUNTIES...WITH AS MUCH AS 3 TO 7
INCHES IN THE FOOTHILLS AND THE MOUNTAINS BELOW THE SNOW LEVEL.

LATEST TRENDS IN SATELLITE AND MODEL DATA SUGGEST THAT A VERY MOIST
FLOW FROM THE SUBTROPICS WILL PERSIST ACROSS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
THROUGH TUESDAY MORNING. THEREFORE...PERIODS OF RAIN CAN BE EXPECTED
THROUGH EARLY TUESDAY WHICH AT TIMES WILL BE MODERATE TO HEAVY.
THOUGH THE PERIODS OF HEAVIEST RAIN ARE HARD TO DECIPHER...AT THIS
TIME IT APPEARS THAT AN INCREASE IN COVERAGE AND INTENSITY WILL
OCCUR THIS EVENING...SUNDAY DURING THE DAY...AND AGAIN MONDAY NIGHT.
REGARDLESS...PERSISTENT SOUTH TO SOUTHWESTERLY LOW-LEVEL FLOW WILL
YIELD EFFICIENT AND CONTINUOUS OROGRAPHICALLY INDUCED RAINFALL OVER
THE COASTAL RANGES...FOOTHILLS AND SOUTH FACING SLOPES OF THE
MOUNTAINS.

DAILY RAINFALL TOTALS OVER THE NEXT 72 HOURS WILL LIKELY BE 1 TO 2
INCHES FOR THE COAST AND VALLEYS AND 3 TO 7 INCHES IN THE FOOTHILLS
AND MOUNTAINS. TOTAL RAINFALL AMOUNTS FROM FRIDAY THROUGH TUESDAY
ARE EXPECTED TO RANGE FROM 4 TO 8 INCHES ACROSS COASTAL AND VALLEY
AREAS...WITH 10 TO 20 INCHES IN THE FOOTHILLS AND MOUNTAINS. THERE
WILL LIKELY BE LOCAL TOTALS IN EXCESS OF 24 INCHES
ALONG SOME OF THE
OROGRAPHICALLY FAVORED SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST FACING SLOPES.

RAINFALL RATES DURING THE PEAK PERIODS OF THE STORM MAY EXCEED ONE
INCH PER HOUR. GIVEN THE LARGE AMOUNTS OF RAIN THAT HAVE FALLEN
ACROSS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DURING THE LAST SEVERAL DAYS...THE
ADDITIONAL EXPECTED RAINFALL HAS THE POTENTIAL TO CAUSE SERIOUS
FLOODING PROBLEMS. FLASH FLOODING IS POSSIBLE ALONG SMALL STREAMS
AND IN LOW LYING AREAS. STREET AND ROADWAY FLOODING IS LIKELY IN THE
NORMALLY FLOOD PRONE AREAS. SIGNIFICANT RISES ARE EXPECTED ON AREA
MAINSTEM RIVERS...INCLUDING THE LOS ANGELES...SAN GABRIEL...SANTA
CLARA...VENTURA...SANTA YNEZ AND SALINAS RIVERS. IN FACT...SOME OF
THESE RIVERS MAY ACTUALLY EXCEED THEIR FLOOD STAGES.

MUDSLIDES AND DEBRIS FLOWS WILL BE A SIGNIFICANT THREAT WITH THIS
STORM AS WELL. THE MUDSLIDE POTENTIAL WILL BE HIGHEST IN AND BELOW
THE RECENTLY BURNED AREAS...BUT ALL RESIDENTS LIVING ON OR NEAR
HILLSIDES OR MOUNTAIN SLOPES SHOULD BE PREPARED FOR POSSIBLE
MUDSLIDES AND DEBRIS FLOWS.

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS...ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO LIVE IN LOW
LYING AREAS...NEAR RIVERS OR STREAMS...OR IN OR BELOW THE RECENTLY
BURNED AREAS ARE URGED TO TAKE THE STEPS NECESSARY AS SOON AS
POSSIBLE TO PROTECT THEIR PROPERTY. PERSONS IN THE WATCH AREA SHOULD
REMAIN ALERT AND FOLLOW DIRECTIONS OF EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
OFFICIALS. EVACUATIONS SHOULD BEGIN IMMEDIATELY WITHOUT WAITING FOR
INSTRUCTIONS IF HEAVY FLOWS OF WATER OR MUD ARE OBSERVED.

STAY TUNED TO NOAA WEATHER RADIO OR YOUR FAVORITE MEDIA SOURCE FOR
THE LATEST INFORMATION ON THIS DEVELOPING WEATHER SITUATION.

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