Thursday, September 23, 2004

IVAN & JEANNE LINGER. Just when coastal folk were starting to breath easier...Hurricane Ivan's remnants have reformed in the northern Gulf of Mexico and are once again on the move. Out in the Atlantic, Jeanne, after it left 800 people dead in impoverished Haiti and after heading north into open seas, has made a sudden westward turn. The National Hurricane Center now predicts it will make American landfall somewhere between northern Florida and the Carolinas. Once again, weather talk is not just about the anticipation of the colors and blessings of Autumn. This enhanced satellite photo shows the range of cyclonic activity in the Gulf and Atlantic.

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