(Registered User)
Fri Sep 08 2017 08:49 AM

I live in Savannah, Georgia.

All of the paths look pretty sure that it's going to hit southern Florida and make its way through the state.

By the time out it reaches Georgia, it will be significantly weaker.

We are considering not evacuating, even though there's a mandatory evacuation tomorrow due to this, dependant on the paths.

If Irma continues on this path and it's correct, what would you guesstimate the wind for Savannah, Georgia?

I'm guessing weak tropical.storm force or less.

I'm praying for y'all down in Florida.

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