Quote: Looking out the window here is South Orlando, it looks as though the skys are really dark, almost like the looking at the backside of a piece of plywood... wait. Anyway, like others have reports, the skies are cloudy, occasional wind and light rain. A perfect day to have a cookout, watch some sports, pull the generator out of the shed.
Sorry if this has already been posted.
Buoy SPGF1 at Grand Bahama has 53kt sustained winds and a pressure of 29. Bad news. Almost all the buoys around Jeanne have a severe downward tendency in pressure readings (obviously).
Does anyone have an idea when the eye should be passing the same latitude as Orlando? Just curious.
Right about the same time it slams into Melbourne?
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