checkout the pressure on the system from the NE, the whole NE side is flat as a pancake..obviousely there is a ridge pushing him towards the SW...I think this system, assuming survival, scares south florida at least if not a direct hit..atmosphere gets richer within 36H and flow slows down under 10 which allows a nice spin. I still like October for a big wet system in southern florida. Its Ok..we know we can 20 inches(irene) in a 36 hr period. As far as wind goes..that is up to indivisuals and their preps..supplies, roof straps, shutters.
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