San Luis Nuking Today?

From: Will Estes (
Date: Thu Jul 08 1993 - 13:25:25 PDT

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Subject: San Luis Nuking Today?
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Well, I feel a nuke coming on at San Luis. It's only up to about 16
mph average as of 1:00 p.m. Thursday, but I think it's going to be
4.5-5.0 weather by sunset. Further, the marine layer is probably
going to stay thick the next few days, so San Luis is going to be
worth watching. I'll send out a nuke alert if things start going
off today through the weekend.

Will Estes              Internet:
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