>>> I know it's exciting that Frances is a hurricane now
This is going to be a major hurricane before the weekend is over, and it doesn't look like it's going to spin the fish. The only question is how strong will it be at landfall, and where will landfall be...I wouldn't call the feeling anyone is getting when they could potentially be in the bullseye "exciting."
Carolinians also need to be watching the frontal boundary for development.
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