Our local TV met. said this morning, "TD Isidore will likely effect our weather in S. Fl. Thurs/Fri and the models have it as a hurricane just south of us with winds between 85-120 mph". All of this may come to be true, but already predicting such lousy weather here is a bit premature. He also insists on calling it TD Isidore, sorry but it doesn't have a name yet! He even showed his own 5-6 day forecast track that brings it over western Cuba and then curves it sharply northeastward into the SW Florida coast. How can you show this to people????? According to past history, storms with this intensity, at this time of year, in this location, have ALWAYS gone into C.America or Mexico, never towards the US. We shall see soon. By the way, GO DOLPHINS!! The original Florida football team and only one at 1-0.
-------------------- Another typical August:
Hurricane activity is increasing and the Red Sox are choking.
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