Please do not plan your preparations around my posts as I am no meterologist. I love to follow the storms and read the professional opinions on here. If the storm gets close to Florida's West Coast we will see some higher tides and some rain squalls. I have little to no information. I just recall from last years models that the first models on any storm were always too far to the left or the right of the early predictions. The rule of Thumb is to be prepared for the worst.
-------------------- God commands. Laymen guess. Scientists record.
Edited by GuppieGrouper (Sat Jul 02 2005 06:05 PM)
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