Nice to hear from you Rick... heck, we all know that anything and everything is possible with these systems... regardless, the port city should be right in the middle of what ever this thing becomes...
My earlier thoughts today was for it to be a strong TS say 60K winds... I think I'll stick with that right now, thought that might be a little high based on todays lack of development, but looks like its trying for that last comeback before it moves inland...
but hey, if I knew where it was going and how strong it would be when it hit, I'd be at the casinos right now winning some big bucks.
BTW, I have a brother in Mobile named Rick and he to is a storm fanatic, like the rest of us...
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