Anyone have any thoughts about the frontal boundary sitting off of the Carolina coast. I am sitting here in Charleston watching rain continue to push onshore. Could a low form in this location? Given some of the long-term forecast (as questionable as they are) for Frances, a double whammy for the carolinas could happen. I have some friends in the McClellenville and Georgetown areas (north of Charleston) where Charley hit the second time that are still cleaning up debris. I'm sure that they would rather not have another hit this year. Hmm...feels like hurricane weather. Any thoughts?
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