Just tossing in my .02 worth, but our David Chandley the weekend met from WSB-TV said this morning that he did not have confidence in the NHC track and likened the predicted turn for Jeanne to something like a big oceanliner stopping and turning right. It would take a long time to do that.
He then showed two possible tracks, both of which are somewhat familiar to everyone. The first track takes it across CFL and into the GOM making a second landfall near the AL/MS line and taking an Ivanesque track. The second track shows it crossing the state of Florida back into the GOM and making another landfall in the panhandle and tracking right over Atlanta.....
Sheesh, I'm sick of this already and I live in Atlanta...Snow anyone?
-------------------- You know it's a bad day.....when you wake up and see Jim Cantore and Geraldo Rivera broadcasting from your backyard....literally!
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