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it will come crashing down, in the form of rain. The water got sucked up into the storm.
originally posted by: TheJesuit
Just watched some video of the missing water in Tampa bay where it goes on for at least a 1/2 mile how deep was it? and will there be video of it rushing back in?? when/where has this happened before at this level of receding?
originally posted by: windword
a reply to: Liquesence
My bad. I thought all that water was going to rain down on Florida and neighboring states.
Though receding waters typically indicate a coming tsunami, hurricane “bulge” may be responsible for these sites. The hurricane can draw water toward the center, pulling it away from its surroundings, the Washington Post reported. The center of the storm has extremely low pressure to draw water upward.