Ok, here's the convincing argument I have to come up with regarding our trip to Port St. Joe's (I'm supposed to leave tomorrow). Our local met just said that the track would more than likely be pushed more to the west at 5pm which would more than likely put it near the general area of Pt. St. Joe's Monday. If they issue a hurricane watch for that area, wouldn't visitors have to leave???? Or could it be a weak tropical storm by that point? Even if it DOES come onshore further north, won't the Panhandle have some nasty weather from this thing? My head hurts.
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