Quote: All that said, I still wouldn't rule out a FL hit just north of Tampa. With the speed he is moving, he may still be very far south when the NE turn occurs.
If Ivan slows down to a crawl or stalls, this is a distinct possibility. Do I think this will happen? No. But, it remains a possibility. Unbelievably, people are now returning plywood to the stores here in the Tampa Bay area after the mad rush over the weekend. What if Ivan unexpectedly turns NE farther south than currently forecasted? And what about the next threat?
God Bless, Ronn
-------------------- Ronn Raszetnik - Hazards Geographer
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