Quote: I also still think we are looking at a landfall near or just east of Mobile, AL, as a strong TS on the weekend.
From the looks of the very nice county map, it looks like it may go right through my backyard. I'm sure glad it's not another Ivan ! Like Rickonaboatinmobile, I don't get really panicky for a TS but I'm still keeping a wary eye on this one thinking it may actually make it up to cat 1. Maybe this one will be ours and just get it over with for the rest of the season (I hope !!)
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