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Posted by verne on May 22, 2009, at 3:27:09

In reply to Enough, posted by Sigismund on May 21, 2009, at 22:13:03

What you describe is normal for any coast. On the Oregon Coast we had roofs, fences, and even people, blown away, yet never once did they call it a hurricane.

On the gulf coast it's called a hurricane, in Oregon, high winds. Never mind that the high winds blew tourists clean out of hotel rooms - the national weather service never called it a hurricane. I was in Seaside Oregon when a woman was blown off her motel balcony and it was never called a hurricane.

You can insult my family but don't exaggerate about the weather.





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