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re: Jags 31 Vs Patriots 20: Jags are nasty - TheGasMan
Bortles service. GOAT...
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re: Hurricane Florence - Catastrophic Flooding Potential - TheGasMan
Ole baw with that burger smash on the left side of that C-17 :lol:...
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re: Hurricane Florence - Catastrophic Flooding Potential - TheGasMan
[quote]we're going to need the name of the bar[/quote] Only like 2 bars and a brewery on Johns Island. Won't be hard to find...
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re: Hurricane Florence - Catastrophic Flooding Potential - TheGasMan
[quote]Update from Johns Island in Charleston, the bar with the hot bartender I posted the picture of yesterday won’t open until 3:00 today. Otherwise, nothing of note to report.[/quote] Come to the hurricane party at the Palace Hotel (Shep from Southern Charm's bar) today. It's going to be a pr...
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re: Hurricane Florence - Catastrophic Flooding Potential - TheGasMan
[quote]metallica81788[/quote] A very good friend of mine is at MUSC also, there is no chance the university side of the hospital opens before Tuesday. ...
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re: Hurricane Florence - Catastrophic Flooding Potential - TheGasMan
[quote]I keep checking the Frying Pan camera[/quote] [link=(https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=deG4NxkouGM)]LINK[/link] Here’s the YouTube link. It’s a lot less cluttered and a quicker load on mobile....
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re: Hurricane Florence - Catastrophic Flooding Potential - TheGasMan
[quote]like the 2014 flood event in SC [/quote] 2015 :cheers: My parents house got 28” of rain in 2.5 days. We survived a little better on the Charleston Penninsula with only 23” in 2.5 days. [img]https://media.giphy.com/media/hfXZWfEtQJd4s/giphy.gif[/img] Charleston had a fire hose of wate...
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re: Hurricane Florence - Catastrophic Flooding Potential - TheGasMan
[quote]Think I'm riding it out on Johns Island, as our elevation should help us. For my house the elevation is 14m / 46feet. [/quote] I know we talked about it on Monday, but you should be ok water wise. The drainage basin of the Stono River isn't big....
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re: Hurricane Florence - Catastrophic Flooding Potential - TheGasMan
[quote]They want people off the peninsula for sure even though the entire county is mandatory as well.[/quote] We’re holding down in Wagener Terrace for the time being. This side of the peninsula is fairly lively right now, all things considered. Possibly heading to Jacksonville tomorrow....
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re: Hurricane Florence - Catastrophic Flooding Potential - TheGasMan
[quote]Actual HH Pilot who went into storm discussion[/quote] Gotta love Mayor Joe Riley's classic Charleston accent at the 4:55 mark...
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re: Hurricane Florence - Catastrophic Flooding Potential - TheGasMan
:lol: :lol: :lol: BTW [quote]PsychTiger[/quote] I followed up on your question earlier, not sure if you saw it: You'll be alright my dude! As long as this bitch stays the predicted course, the Stono River isn't going to see more water than it did during Matthew. Prepare for what you saw...
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re: Hurricane Florence - Catastrophic Flooding Potential - TheGasMan
[quote][img]http://i.imgur.com/kDgy2ar.jpg[/img][/quote] [quote]Alright, as of today, if I lived in the red area, I would leave town by tomorrow. If I lived in the yellow area, I would pay very close attention over the next day or so and make a final decision at that point. If you're in a situation...
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re: Hurricane Florence - Catastrophic Flooding Potential - TheGasMan
[quote]My neighborhood is on Johns Island, rather centrally located (close to Maybank Hwy). It supposedly did not have flooding with Matthew or the 100 year floods the year prior in SC. Am I still looking pretty safe with the storm surge predicted so far with Florence?[/quote] You'll be alright my ...
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re: Hurricane Florence - Catastrophic Flooding Potential - TheGasMan
[quote]I'd avoid the area below Columbia along the Congaree River near Congaree NP; however, the Broad and Saluda rivers (which form the Congaree) are fed from western North Carolina. If the worst of the storm remains in central to eastern NC, Columbia flooding shouldn't really be an issue.[/quote] ...
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re: Hurricane Florence - Catastrophic Flooding Potential - TheGasMan
[quote]GetCocky11 [/quote] Mah dude. Good maps, that what I was trying to type out, I was just too lazy too look up the drainage basins....
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re: Hurricane Florence - Catastrophic Flooding Potential - TheGasMan
[quote]You can easily avoid this in Columbia.[/quote] I'm a lowcountry boy and a Clemson fan :lol:. I try and avoid everything and anything around Columbia. In other words, I have a passing knowledge of the geography as a geologist, but when it comes to absolute location, my mind skips. Y'all bo...
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re: Hurricane Florence - Catastrophic Flooding Potential - TheGasMan
[quote]You might be alright in Sumter.[/quote] Maybe, still pretty close to the Santee. That bitch will absolutely crest....
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re: Hurricane Florence - Catastrophic Flooding Potential - TheGasMan
[quote]How about Sumter? [/quote] Too close to the Santee. The Santee used to be the second biggest outflow of water on the east coast prior to the creation of Lake Murray and Lake Moultrie. It receives the absolute majority of central NC water that isn't directed down the Pee-Dee. Not a goo...
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re: Hurricane Florence - Catastrophic Flooding Potential - TheGasMan
If you're going to COLA, might as well jump on I-20 and head to Augusta. Further away from patient zero and you're not in the shadow of the Apps. The majority of drainage basins of the southern Apps flows down the Saluda, Broad, and Wateree. They all merge into the Santee near Columbia. Those...
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re: Hurricane Florence - Catastrophic Flooding Potential - TheGasMan
[quote]notiger1997[/quote] :cheers: I got pulled off the research vessel this AM. I'm currently at BWI awaiting my flight to Charleston so I can make sure my house is good to go. Unfortunately my house sits at 3.87 feet above sea level (RTK vertical datum verified, mean high high water, dont ask...
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