Sat here the other night watching Charley exit over Daytona, thinking that could have been us. Jax has sent help trying to help get power restored, but it takes a little while for the crews to find the downed lines, and get the trees off of them. I hope they get you guys up and running real soon, I really love that area.
The obs I posted about Grenada more than likely show that the LLC is moving around some and has passed to the west of the island, either over, or a little south of it. I guess one point may be that it may not be moving as fast,but still in the 20ish range, and it's in the act of getting itself together. Long ways to go, still worried about a breakdown in the stearing flow day 3 on, just can't get a feel for it. Off to work, back for a late look tonight, got tomorrow off. Need a break.
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