OK, no one get excited...I have noticed the since last night it actually looks quite a bit like Andrew at about the same stage/location when it developed. This is NOT Andrew, and the set up isn't the same, but, just interesting to note.
Of greater interest is the sudden appearance of probabilities all over the east coast of Florida...and that we are a little deeper in the TS force wind cone.
The probabilities north to south, including Bermuda, show very little spread...jury is still out....
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