Come on floridians remeber the east coast of florida does not get hit by major huricanes except once every 30-40 years its only been 12 since andrew thats another 18-28 years before we get hit by another major hurricane.
Well I dont no what frances will do becuse my expirience tells me no florida hit, and maybe carolina's. but were also supposed to be in a diferrent 20 year pattern so its back to school for me. I like to think this storm does an isabel becuse its very similar but this storm is 12 degrees west of isabel in every aspect that it mimics. I am Relieved that the High alltidude jet is out there getting some real data for the models so tommorow i will start to weigh the models a bit more seariously.
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