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October 23, 2012


John Peyser

Thank-you Matt! I know you will be on top of this potential event throughout the next several days. And I'll never forget that you were the first one warn us of the damaging winds we received from the February windstorm in 2011. JGPGREENLANDNH

Blair Perkins

Thanks for the update, Matt. Seems to be a similar scenario to Noel in '07 for us out here on ACK. Already checking ground tackle on my boats, just in case. Call my cell if you need updates on conditions. Cheers. Blair.

Marjorie Stern

Thanks, Matt. I enjoy your weather forecasts and your enthusiasm - especially with summer storms! I love the weather in any season and I am looking forward to your forecasts on this potential storm.


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