Saturday, September 25, 2004

Jeanne Landfall Predictions

LABELLE, FL. -- While not sticking their neck out too far in Hurricane
Jeanne predictions, at 5 a.m. Saturday the National Weather Service said the
storm may be at the Port St. Lucie area about 2 a.m. Sunday morning and then
by 2 p.m. over the Leesburg, Florida area. Winds are expected at east coast
landfall at about 120 miles per hour and inland Sunday afternoon at 85
m.p.h.


Florida residents with a good AM band radio, especially with an outside
antenna can pick up Radio Bahamas reports at 810 khz for ongoing storm
action as the hurricane passes through the islands today. In South Florida,
listen to continuous reports from 850 khz from Palm Beach, and 1290 khz from
the Stuart area. Short wave radio listeners from anywhere in the eastern and
mid-west U.S. can tune in continuous amateur radio reports from the
Hurricane Watch Net at 14.325 mhz on single side band, and the Marine Nets
on 14.300 mhz. The Watch Net passes information from hams in affected areas
to the Hurricane Center in Miami.

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