Quote: Irene could affect anyone from Miami to CapeCod or no one. Right now its a wait and see. Florida might be off the hook if she makes it to 28N and isnt going W again by then.
I am going to agree with you on that.I can see this thing going anywhere from south Florida to southern New England(Rhode Island).This is going to be very interesting to watch.She really is looking very good right now,the best I have seen so far.I think the odds are Rhode Island has a better chance than south Florida.
i think that rhode island/southern NE is not at risk i think the carolinas are at risk, what do the others think
-------------------- 2006 Atlantic Season Summary:
Bad, But Not AS Bad.
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