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Part of Alabama Gulf Coast Waters Shut Down For Fishing - Oil to Hit Pensacola and Destin Beaches Tomorrow (Update on page 5)

 
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Whales that eat plankton will be dying from poisoning and then starvation as the plankton disappear. This whole rich breeding area will be the first to die off, as the oil moves and keeps gushing out the other areas of the oceans will be next.
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Im sad about losing my Gulf beaches. Ive resigned myself to the fact that the only beaches I will be going to in the foreseeable future are in Cali. My vacation at the end of the summer will be in LA, Ventura, and Cayucos. Possibly Catalina too.
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Im sad about losing my Gulf beaches. Ive resigned myself to the fact that the only beaches I will be going to in the foreseeable future are in Cali. My vacation at the end of the summer will be in LA, Ventura, and Cayucos. Possibly Catalina too.
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I haven't been on a vacation in years. But I had a trip for Hawaii planned for next year. Although plans for the future have been changing rapidly these past few months.
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Re: Part of Alabama Gulf Coast Waters Shut Down For Fishing - Oil to Hit Pensacola and Destin Beaches Tomorrow (Update on page 5)
On May 31, 2010, NOAA modified and expanded the northern boundary of the closed federal fishing area to the Mississippi federal-state water line and portions of the Alabama federal-state water line.

Read more: [link to www.panhandleparade.com]
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I live in Mobile and can confirm this.It is true.
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I live in Mobile and can confirm this.It is true.
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LIKE i said 0bama was wanting to BAN ALL sports FISHING down there any way, this came up last year and the first of this year.. guess he figured out a way to work it all in one big ATTACK!
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Im sad about losing my Gulf beaches. Ive resigned myself to the fact that the only beaches I will be going to in the foreseeable future are in Cali. My vacation at the end of the summer will be in LA, Ventura, and Cayucos. Possibly Catalina too.
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Sad? you should be MAD.. when the gulf dies ALL LIFE in the America's will also die, life in all of whole WORLD will end... i really don't think most people can grasp/understand this.. but mark my words it's TRUE! 'trickle down' is not just a 'theory... like i said F it tho.. i don't care any more.. if the gulf has been destroyed, so has my life.. oh and YOURS too...
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Oh lord, now the devils are pretending to be ninjas.

The worlds biggest culture crooks. Just cant leave other peoples culture alone. What lonely beasts.
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Everyone in Alabama already knows it's forecast to hit on Wednesday. Hopefully the wind will change.

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MOBILE, Ala. -- Oil from the massive spill in the Gulf of Mexico is forecast to hit Alabama's shores for the first time Wednesday afternoon.

A forecast map issued Monday by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows a light sheen of oil completely covering the mouth of Mobile Bay and coming ashore in Baldwin County by noon Wednesday.

The NOAA maps note that moderate south to southwest winds are forecast for the upcoming week, which "indicate that oil may move north to threaten the barrier islands off Mississippi and Alabama."

"I think it's uncharted territory for everybody," said Bethany Kraft, the director of the Alabama Coastal Foundation.

An estimated 18 to 40 million gallons of oil have been unleashed since BP's Deepwater Horizon platform exploded and sank last month, killing 11.

Officials at Mobile's Unified Command Center said they will be increasing their efforts as the oil nears.

That means more boats in the water and more planes and helicopters in the air looking for surface oil near the coastline, said Lt. Cmdr. Natalie Murphy of the U.S. Coast Guard.

"We'll have more eyes to look for oil, and then we'll take care of it away from the coast," Murphy said.

There will also be people on the shore going up and down the coast looking for any sign of oil on the ground. So far, the only thing they've seen is tar balls, which they've cleaned up immediately, Murphy said.

"If and when it hits the beach, that's not to say that we've failed," she said. "Anything we keep offshore is a win, but we still have the resources to do a shoreside cleanup."

Murphy said the northern Gulf coastline has been lucky that the oil didn't arrived sooner. Forecasts released soon after the April 20 spill projected oil would hit Alabama in early May.

"We've had the gift of time," she said. "If I could thank Mother Nature, I certainly would."

Responders have used that time to place booms along the coastline, protecting marshes and other vulnerable spots, Murphy said.

"We're prepared," she said. "We've been prepared for this."

Even if the oil completely blocks the entrance to Mobile Bay, don't expect the Port of Mobile to close, said Jimmy Lyons, chief executive officer of the Alabama State Port Authority.

A project to create a floating gate of booms at the mouth of the bay to keep the oil away failed, Lyons said. But there is a "substantial amount of skimming equipment staged" in the bay to clean the oil.

As for ships traveling through the oil, Lyons said that so far the fluid has stuck only to vessels that were working deep in the spill or were anchored in the oil.

"For ships going through the thin sheen of oil, the force of water just pushes it away" he said.
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FLASH: Some reports of oil spill contact on Mississippi coast - Coast Guard

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I was talking to a mechanical/civil engineer at a memorial day BBQ who said the technology they were using to shut this thing down was from the 70's.
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Alabama Gulf Coast Most Likely To Be Shut Down Tomorrow
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Oh noes, all 53 miles o it?!?!?!

ahhh
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And if a hurricane dumps oil 50-100 miles in, will you be okay?

It'll be so sad to see refugees in their own country.



I live 254 miles inshore. I'm guessing my New Orleans inlaws will be arriving at some point soon.


Oh yea, expect the inlaws.
I'm glad you live in a safe area.

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some humor there...
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Im sad about losing my Gulf beaches. Ive resigned myself to the fact that the only beaches I will be going to in the foreseeable future are in Cali. My vacation at the end of the summer will be in LA, Ventura, and Cayucos. Possibly Catalina too.

Sad? you should be MAD.. when the gulf dies ALL LIFE in the America's will also die, life in all of whole WORLD will end... i really don't think most people can grasp/understand this.. but mark my words it's TRUE! 'trickle down' is not just a 'theory... like i said F it tho.. i don't care any more.. if the gulf has been destroyed, so has my life.. oh and YOURS too...
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and the great gulf current will carry this where?

Greenland, Iceland, NE Canada
Ireland, England and the West African Coast

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Im sad about losing my Gulf beaches. Ive resigned myself to the fact that the only beaches I will be going to in the foreseeable future are in Cali. My vacation at the end of the summer will be in LA, Ventura, and Cayucos. Possibly Catalina too.



I haven't been on a vacation in years. But I had a trip for Hawaii planned for next year. Although plans for the future have been changing rapidly these past few months.
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Hawaii's very overrated, and way too expensive, IMHO. Catalina is not cheap, but just as much fun as Hawaii.
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Im sad about losing my Gulf beaches. Ive resigned myself to the fact that the only beaches I will be going to in the foreseeable future are in Cali. My vacation at the end of the summer will be in LA, Ventura, and Cayucos. Possibly Catalina too.

Sad? you should be MAD.. when the gulf dies ALL LIFE in the America's will also die, life in all of whole WORLD will end... i really don't think most people can grasp/understand this.. but mark my words it's TRUE! 'trickle down' is not just a 'theory... like i said F it tho.. i don't care any more.. if the gulf has been destroyed, so has my life.. oh and YOURS too...
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I know all of this. But life in the past year has taught me to roll with the punches. Can't let rage control your life, because it will consume you, and reduce your decision making capability. I'm just not ready to write off the Gulf completely, for the rest of my life.
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I was talking to a mechanical/civil engineer at a memorial day BBQ who said the technology they were using to shut this thing down was from the 70's.
???
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I'm an electrical engineer and I can confirm that's true. It's fancier now, they didn't have ROVs then, didn't need them because SCUBA divers could go down to the wellhead at the depths they worked at then.

It seems these techniques are all from the days of Red Adair. Don't they have any new ideas? This has frustrated me too.
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It figures....i wanted to book a guided redfishing trip this year.....maybe I'll have to wait a few years....
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It figures....i wanted to book a guided redfishing trip this year.....maybe I'll have to wait a few years....
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If you want to go, then I'd go now. Redfish might be extinct in a few years.

Also, you can catch redfish in the Mobile Delta (brackish waters), which shouldn't be hit by oil for a while.
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Alabama Gulf Coast Most Likely To Be Shut Down Tomorrow


Oh noes, all 53 miles o it?!?!?!
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We may not have a lot of beach, but I'd venture to say the majority of the state's tourism comes from what little beach we have. With our state already in financial trouble, this is very bad news for us. Plus we just built the largest pier in the Gulf of Mexico last year. So I know it hasn't come close to being paid off yet, which is another huge monetary loss.

Now it's up to Huntsville to pick up the tourism slack with the space center. That and college football.
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im so worried about my boyfriend who lives in Summerdale..and his family...im most worried about the fumes and the toxicity in the rain. and i cannot imagine the grief of loosing their beaches and ocean to this mess. sounds like people have been down at the beaches and rivers this weekend saying goodbye. i will be there in a few weeks, if i still go.
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Already been reported. If these cities are shut down it's becasue of hurricane season. The oil has nothing to do with it.

You guys sure are incredible with your noncredible information lately.
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Already been reported. If these cities are shut down it's becasue of hurricane season. The oil has nothing to do with it.

You guys sure are incredible with your noncredible information lately.
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No city has been shut down or will be shut down as far as I'm aware of. This post is about shutting down the waters (and the fishing of those waters) to the public.
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This is why it will be shut down. For hurricane season !!

HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS

LEARN MOREHome What to Have Your Flood Risk What to Do Storm Surge Map (pdf) Evacuation Zones & Routes Medical Needs Shelters Family Disaster Plan Emergency Numbers Business Disaster Plan Terms & Acronyms Evacuation Zones and Routes



Evacuation Zones


ZONE I-56,453
South of Interstate 10

ZONE II-128,481
North of Interstate 10
East of Interstate 65
East of US 43

ZONE III-160,859
North of Interstate 10
South of US 98
West of Interstate 65

ZONE IV-54,050
North of US 98
West of Interstate 65
West of US 43


When the time comes to leave, please know your evacuation zone. Zones to evacuate will be announced using local media. Evacuate immediately when asked to do so.

Evacuation Routes


Please listen carefully for the direction of the storm by the National Weather Service.

For example: If the storm is approaching from the East or South proceed to the west, the logical path of the storm would be northeastward. If you are on I-65 north you will be in the path of the storm. Information will be given in advance of approaching storms allowing proper evacuation of afflicted areas. Please listen carefully to all weather advisories.



Mobile County:
I-65 North, Highway 43 North, Highway 45 North.



Dauphin Island and Alabama Port:
take Highway 193 North to I-10 East to I-65 North.



Bayou La Batre and Grand Bay:
take Highway 188 or Mobile County Road 19 to I-10 East to I-65 North.



Mississippi or Florida residents evacuating into Alabama:
use I-65 North, Highway 43 North or Highway 45 North.



Please Note: In the event of a northbound evacuation all four lanes of I-65 will become a northbound Interstate system. All southbound traffic will be halted. Should high winds be advised, please conduct safely while driving on all raised roadways. High winds and damaging rains are a danger to automobiles on raised highways and bridges.
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im so worried about my boyfriend who lives in Summerdale..and his family...im most worried about the fumes and the toxicity in the rain. and i cannot imagine the grief of loosing their beaches and ocean to this mess. sounds like people have been down at the beaches and rivers this weekend saying goodbye. i will be there in a few weeks, if i still go.
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BetterHalf's sister lives in Summerdale, his parents live in Foley.

We are BEGGING them to come to the mountains. Even if it's just for 2 or 3 months ~ to let things settle down.

We hate to phrase it to them that it might be forever. And then there's the part where we'll probably experience black rain, here in the mountains.

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it's true... just in time for the fishing season to start... 0bama and horde killed ALL with one evil oil bomb.. killing the whole southern USA, all the life in the sea and outlawing fishing... all these things he wanted to happen...
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Rewilding.
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im so worried about my boyfriend who lives in Summerdale..and his family...im most worried about the fumes and the toxicity in the rain. and i cannot imagine the grief of loosing their beaches and ocean to this mess. sounds like people have been down at the beaches and rivers this weekend saying goodbye. i will be there in a few weeks, if i still go.


BetterHalf's sister lives in Summerdale, his parents live in Foley.

We are BEGGING them to come to the mountains. Even if it's just for 2 or 3 months ~ to let things settle down.

We hate to phrase it to them that it might be forever. And then there's the part where we'll probably experience black rain, here in the mountains.

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really..i am trying to be organised and going to print some stuff off of these thread and send it..which will take time in the snail mail but they have to see this stuff. i would email it if they had computer right now. i will ring them again tomorrow.

talking to you makes me feel like i am not going completely insane worrying about them. they live between Summerdale and Foley..on Fish river. 20 miles from the coast but still...nice to meet you btw..:) i am thinking of moving out there eventually and don't know anyone there yet other than my boyf and his family..
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Re: Part of Alabama Gulf Coast Waters Shut Down For Fishing - Oil to Hit Pensacola and Destin Beaches Tomorrow (Update on page 5)
This is why it will be shut down. For hurricane season !!

HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS

LEARN MOREHome What to Have Your Flood Risk What to Do Storm Surge Map (pdf) Evacuation Zones & Routes Medical Needs Shelters Family Disaster Plan Emergency Numbers Business Disaster Plan Terms & Acronyms Evacuation Zones and Routes



Evacuation Zones


ZONE I-56,453
South of Interstate 10

ZONE II-128,481
North of Interstate 10
East of Interstate 65
East of US 43

ZONE III-160,859
North of Interstate 10
South of US 98
West of Interstate 65

ZONE IV-54,050
North of US 98
West of Interstate 65
West of US 43


When the time comes to leave, please know your evacuation zone. Zones to evacuate will be announced using local media. Evacuate immediately when asked to do so.

Evacuation Routes


Please listen carefully for the direction of the storm by the National Weather Service.

For example: If the storm is approaching from the East or South proceed to the west, the logical path of the storm would be northeastward. If you are on I-65 north you will be in the path of the storm. Information will be given in advance of approaching storms allowing proper evacuation of afflicted areas. Please listen carefully to all weather advisories.



Mobile County:
I-65 North, Highway 43 North, Highway 45 North.



Dauphin Island and Alabama Port:
take Highway 193 North to I-10 East to I-65 North.



Bayou La Batre and Grand Bay:
take Highway 188 or Mobile County Road 19 to I-10 East to I-65 North.



Mississippi or Florida residents evacuating into Alabama:
use I-65 North, Highway 43 North or Highway 45 North.



Please Note: In the event of a northbound evacuation all four lanes of I-65 will become a northbound Interstate system. All southbound traffic will be halted. Should high winds be advised, please conduct safely while driving on all raised roadways. High winds and damaging rains are a danger to automobiles on raised highways and bridges.
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You're an IDIOT...
HAZARDOUS WEATHER!
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THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF SOUTH CENTRAL AND
SOUTHWEST ALABAMA...NORTHWEST FLORIDA...SOUTHEAST MISSISSIPPI AND
THE COASTAL WATERS OF ALABAMA AND NORTHWEST FLORIDA.

.DAY ONE...(TODAY AND TONIGHT)ISOLATED TO SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS
THIS MORNING AND SCATTERED TO OCCASIONALLY NUMEROUS THUNDERSTORMS
THIS AFTERNOON WILL PRODUCE LIGHTNING...BRIEF GUSTY WINDS AND HEAVY
RAIN. THUNDERSTORMS WILL DECREASE IN NUMBER BY EARLY EVENING BUT
SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED TO PERSIST OVER NIGHT.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY

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THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF SOUTH CENTRAL AND
SOUTHWEST ALABAMA...NORTHWEST FLORIDA...SOUTHEAST MISSISSIPPI AND
THE COASTAL WATERS OF ALABAMA AND NORTHWEST FLORIDA.

.DAY ONE...(TODAY AND TONIGHT)ISOLATED TO SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS
THIS MORNING AND SCATTERED TO OCCASIONALLY NUMEROUS THUNDERSTORMS
THIS AFTERNOON WILL PRODUCE LIGHTNING...BRIEF GUSTY WINDS AND HEAVY
RAIN. THUNDERSTORMS WILL DECREASE IN NUMBER BY EARLY EVENING BUT
SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED TO PERSIST OVER NIGHT.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY

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National Weather Service (NWS) terminology, a Hazardous Weather Outlook is a weather statement issued to provide information of potential severe weather events within the next seven days. The outlook may include information about potential severe thunderstorms, heavy rain or flooding, winter weather, extremes temperatures.

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