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#61 OFFLINE   xnorp

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Posted 19 December 2006 - 08:54 AM

Burk have fun and keep us updated on your trip to warmer temperatures if you can. Enjoy.
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Posted 20 December 2006 - 07:06 AM

Thanks George, heading for the 9pm ferry off Quadra. (after the kids Christmas concert) Batten down the hatches - here comes the next one!!! Regards Burk ps how do you guys/gals do it back east where the wind can really blow!!

Forecast: Dec 20th
Storm warning continued.
Northwest of Nanaimo..Winds southeast 20 to 30 knots rising to gales 35 to 45 this morning and to gales 45 to storm force 55 this evening.
Winds easing to southerly 30 to gales 40 overnight.
Southeast of Nanaimo..Winds southeast 10 to 20 rising to 25 to gales 35 this morning and to gales 40 to 45 this evening.
Periods of rain.
Outlook. Veering to strong to gale force south to southwest then easing to light.



55kts = 64 mph = 101.86 kilometers per hour
Beaufort Scale 10 55-63mph 48-55kts Storm Force
Seldom experienced inland; trees uprooted; considerable structural damage occurs.




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