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10-08-2011 @ 11:56PM
@LolzThat must be after the Hurricane has already broken up and worn itself out going over the mountains to reach Mexico cause no hurricane is just isolated storms. Its one giant massive storm. Unless you're talking about just getting hit by the feter bands (little bits of storms along the outer rim). If you get hit full on by a hurricane the whole area in that storm is getting hit by rain and the winds, its the winds and the churning of the storm that creates the tornadoes and if you ain't getting those 70+ MPH winds its not a hurricane, its a tropical storm or less.
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