Any hope of this storm weakening before landfall like they said yesterday? To me, it seems like that idea is not valid anymore! Warm eddies....lessening shear at landfall....hmm historic storm indeed. Folks if you are in the path of this storm and don't feel 100% comfortable about your surroundings...either go more inland or go to a shelter for at least the worst of it...ask the folks that survived Andrew about how they felt when their windows and concrete walls were caving in around them and their shutters were being ripped off the house. This is not to alarm anyone just to insert some realty...although you will most likely survive the storm....do you or your family want to suffer from PTSD (Post Traumtic Stress Disorder) afterwards?
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