I live 50 miles south of Tampa. I am wondering if the storm will affect us here; affect as in within 75 miles of the center.
The models? I don't understand them, but i do know this - they have been all over the place. Now i see the BAM models going back to the wnw....and one of the other models, (gfdl?) is more to the left or west.
the storm is very unlikely to affect you, damian. read the nhc discussion, look at the cone, consider climatology, read other posts here... you should already know this. -HF
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