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[GNUe-dev] I'm waiting for your decision

From: Vicky Rogers
Subject: [GNUe-dev] I'm waiting for your decision
Date: Tue, 03 Aug 2004 05:51:38 +0000


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At 8 p.m. ET, Alex's center was about 130 miles (208 kilometers) south of 
Wilmington, North Carolina, according to the National Hurricane Center.  
Moving northeast at about 9 mph, Alex was getting better organized and had 
maximum sustained winds near 65 mph (104 kph), with higher gusts, the center 
said.  Forecasters said they expected Alex to become a hurricane during the 
next 24 hours. The center classifies a storm as a hurricane when its sustained 
winds reach 74 mph (118 kph) The center said Alex was expected to pass very 
near North Carolina's Outer Banks on Tuesday.  The center issued a hurricane 
warning for the Pamlico Sound area of the Outer Banks, from Cape Lookout on the 
south to Oregon inlet on the north.  "This means that hurricane conditions are 
expected within the warning area during the next 24 hours," the center said. 
"Preparations to protect life and property should be rushed to completion."  
The center extended a tropical storm warning from Oregon Inlet north to the 
North Carolina-Virginia border, including Albemarle Sound.  A tropical storm 
warning remained in effect from the mouth of the South Santee River in South 
Carolina to Cape Lookout.  The center bases its forecast on radar imagery and 
reports from an Air Force Reserve reconnaissance flight into the storm.  Winds 
of tropical storm force -- at least 39 mph (62 kph) -- extend up to 105 miles 
(165 kilometers) from the storm's center, posing problems for area shipping 

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