Quote: so thats showing florida will get alot of rain and maybe some storms and probally tornados spun of this thing right?
There is no realistic scenario that makes this thing a threat to Florida...too much wind shear would have to be overcome for any significant type of storm to affect FL...the Keys might be the one exception with a glancing blow from a feeder band or two, but a strike to FL just doesn't look possible at this time, and I personally think that it won't survive the trip across the mountains very well either.
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