Till she is going out to sea, I don't think anyone can not be watching this weekend. Are the waters warmer then 1999 or even the past couple of years north of Georgia?
It's something way different and scarier when areas that only seen hurricanes in movies that are in the cone.
Another interesting thing this summer is a book about the Great Hurricane of 1938 just came out, and the farther "North" and stronger this thing gets the more the media will start to talk about that little memory and I'm sure that book will be quoted.
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