I'm not trying to or wish Irene on SC, guess we all see things in the models and ridge building, I was just lookiing at the big picture standing back, granted Eastern NC sticks out like catch basin and history has proven NC bound to get hit few times. Without knowing the true center of Irene it is hard to say if 300 or 310.
wish it here? no, i know you're not. i'm not certain, but got a hunch it doesn't get over here. of course, the latest gfdl is sending it this way. that'd better not keep up. -HF
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