In case anyone missed this, the NWS has now included the Tampa Bay area under a flood watch until tomorrow night. 3-5" can be expected with a potential for locally heavier amounts in some areas. Remember...be careful not to drive over flooded roadways: TURN AROUND, DON'T DROWN. I'm thinking that this storm may have more of an impact on Florida than previously thought by the NHC. BayNews9 is still reporting on the 8:00am advisory. ACK! I'm sorry...but this continued N movement with a "gradual turn to the NNW in the next 24 hours" is starting to peeve me. If it's moving at 13 mph to the N right now it could be closer to Tampa in 4-5 hours than it should have been had it been on the NW track that it was supposed to be on. Okay, got that off my chest. Now it will probably begin to turn to the NW since I vented.
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