They switch around alot from Coverage to Coverage..
They had a local Forecaster on from Panama City and he and Jim Williams both stated that when a Cane enters the northern Gulf it seems to lose alot of strength.
He also stated that it will be interesting to see what THE NHC says about this, he went on to add that even tho early reports were CAT 3, That the top wind speeds were minimal. The top speeds were 131 mile gusts that were taken on a tower 10 M above ground. That would mean top speeds were 90-100 Miles per hour at Navvare Beach.
He just went to MSNBC cause he said that his live show isnt going to good. There isnt much going on with this storm.
Seems like a few of you were kind of upset that this thing wasnt destructive. It will be interesting the next few days to see what all is said and goes on. But I must say THANK GOD this thing wasnt as bad as thought of.
Mike Sidel just reported highest Gust in Mobile were 74 MPH.
Confirmed Torando Touchdown in Florida in an open field off of Route 132 across from the Baptist Church.
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