Thu Oct 06 2005 07:31 AM
Tammy Makes Landfall, Other Systems

Yesterday Tammy made landflal just north of Jacksonville, and is now inland in Georgia, moving away and become a rain event for parts of the southeast.

But to the southwest of Florida, another wave is still there, 93L remains disorgainized this morning and I don't believe it will develop into much, if anything. It will cause rain and some wind to Southwest Florida, and other parts of the peninsula over the next fews days. We'll be watching it

Out east of the Islands, the wave known as 94L has some chance to develop, but this one will most likely stay away from land.

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93L Yucatan Area


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