February 16, 2005
The Perfect Storm

Twin cyclones battered three south Pacific nations and weather experts warned they could combine into one giant, destructive storm center that would create havoc in the region.

Samoa and neighboring American Samoa were forecast to feel the full force of the cyclone within four to six hours, possibly intensifying to a Category 4/5 storm -- making it a "super cyclone" producing sustained winds over 250 kilometers (155 miles) per hour and 15 meter (50-foot) waves, APCEDI said.

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You know all those wacky mOONbats are trying to figure out how to blame the Republicans on this one.

Posted by Ellen at February 16, 2005 06:59 AM

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