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originally posted by: Martin75
a reply to: Jdennis10
I messaged Chirp...she is about an hour or so away I think. Fire is so dangerous and it has been so very dry.
originally posted by: Aqualung2012
a reply to: TNMockingbird
Yeah we've had smoke on and off for a couple days, but when I looked out this afternoon it was overwhelming.
Our shop/my home is right near the Ripleys Aquarium they keep showing on the news. seriously can't believe it made it through I'll post pictures in the morning.
The storms were moving across Alabama on Monday night and were expected to slam into Georgia during the overnight hours. High wind warnings were issued for mountainous areas in northern parts of Georgia.
In South Carolina, the stormy forecast was giving hope to firefighters battling a blaze in the northwest corner of the state. The South Carolina Forestry Commission hopes to contain the Pinnacle Mountain fire by the middle of next week.