Jeanne's remnants were located about 200 miles east of New York City,NY at 11:00AM EDT on September 29, 2004. Maximum sustained winds re 25mph with higher gusts. The remnants of Jeanne are moving E at 30mph, and forecast to move ENE over the Atlantic.
Damage along the coast from storm surge was greater this time than in Frances, including our place in New Smyrna Beach which lost the beach walkway and about 8 feet of concrete walkway behind the seawall.
Lisa is located, at 5PM EDT-Wednesday, 1180 WSW of the Azores Islands. Moving N at 12mph. Maximum sustained winds are 70mph. Lisa is forecast to be absorbed by the remnants of Jeanne.
Lisa is already destined to be a fish spinner... so that leaves us with...
NOTHING! Hold a party... no storms currently. The season isn't over yet, but there is no discernable storm threats in the forseeable future.
Skeetobite shows the paths of all three central Florida storms...
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