Isn't there some box (created by a specific Lat and Lon) that old-time forcasters say if a long-tracking storm passes through the box it will hit S. Florida and if it passes south of the box it will be a GOM storm? Or something like that.... It's just a hazy recollection of something I read or heard once.
-------------------- Lat/Lon: 27.6 N 80.4 W
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