Cantore's broadcasting in your backyard...you should go down there and hold up a CFHC rules! sign or something...only kidding.
This will severely test the oft-tested rule that Cantore always broadcasts from where the storm is going versus the Cantore always keeps the storm away from where he's going theory.
All I know is there is a CAT V, about to circumvent Cuba, perhaps pushing a sub 900mb pressure, a-brewing. TWC sez FL panhandle, most models say so too...I'm gonna break with my crowbusting forecast again and say...not florida anymore...sorry rick & frank and shawn (and all you others).
I hope I'm wrong...but it does have to go somewhere...
Mobile Bay? I'm not wishcasting that by any means, but damn, rick, it's really not very funny anymore is it?
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