I had it Moss Point to Seaside from early last week. ------------------------------------------ Not too often that I disagree with Clark, Mike and Ed on a storm. Latest NHC track is probably about right if not 50-100 miles too far east. I think the bullseye is on the MS/AL coasts, and where the storm goes in (thinking it will be moving NNE at landfall) and 150 miles eastward face the greatest threat. The storm won't be so bad for areas west of landfall as the advancing front should should provide enough of a SW flow to knock out whatever gets cooking when the steering currents relax in the 24-48 hour time period.
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