View Full Version : Speaking of Isadore...
26th September 2002, 20:54
Here in Birmingham, Alabama, all hell is about to break loose. It hasn`t even started raining and already a tree has fallen down in my front yard. We are d00med. :(
1000th post! Ph33r!
26th September 2002, 21:42
oh boy, hope nothing happens to your internet connection, so ypu can stay here with the other forum addicts
27th September 2002, 02:25
Isadore sucked... It just got wet and a little windy around here. I was hoping that it'd like, blow some buildings down and shtuff. There weren't even any trees knocked down...
27th September 2002, 03:03
Florida, believe it or not, got nothing
27th September 2002, 03:04
Oh well, I'm not complaining too much. I got off work for two days along with my normal two-day weekend. :)
27th September 2002, 04:23
Isadore is kicking Alabama`s ass, but nooo...the weather isn`t bad enough for me to be out of school. :mad:
27th September 2002, 04:45
It passed right over where I live(Chauvin, Louisiana). There was heavy rain, flying things, and about 2 tornadoes in a nearby city. It hit around 1 in the morning(central time). As far as I know, it was a tropical storm when it hit and still is but I don't care about tracking it anymore:P.
27th September 2002, 05:28
Oh, I was s'posed to be at work these two days, but I'm just going to tell them that I was out of town, or my house flooded, or something. :)
27th September 2002, 07:46
the real Birmingham got none of it...yet :)
(that's birmingham, UK for all those of you who don't realise)
27th September 2002, 08:32
The REAL Birmingham just gets rain. All the time. And so does everwhere else. Especially Wales... :D
God I hate the weather in this country! :rolleyes:
27th September 2002, 09:52
Seemed mediocre, right?
Considering the fact Isidore was only a tropical storm, it didn't bring as much damage as a hurricane, which was forecasted for Isidore to develop back into.
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