Stayed up through the heavy rain band last night staring mesmerized watching cuban and key west radar. Beautiful storm.
That band that blew off the storm last night looked more like some outflow boundary and whole storm pulled in together after it blew away. Much like when that band blew off south of Haiti and then it intensified fast.. hard to say but was some band.
Watching Miami news with footage live out of Key West. So happy for Key West that it seems to have been spared the worst of it. Happy about that...really really happy as it is my second home.
Not too happy for Tampa/St. Pete.. looks like you are ground zero.
But everyone watch out because whole state can have twisters at any time.
NHC did a great job, great.. no words for how great they have been.
later, got a meeting/conference at work and better cable connection there
bobbi stay safe up there... take care and follow the rules
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