yeah i agree, i see the LLC center about to exit the yucatan late this afternoon ......this is going to get interesting in about 12-24hrs.... where this comes out along the coast.... it's really warm water.... it's the actual water that feeds the loop current.... Just looks like florida can't escape any systems.... i think as of right now... 93L looks better than Tammy..... All of the stroms are mainly to the east of the center on tammy....my parents live just north of Jacksonville... across the state line into GA... said surf has been high.. but is RAINED alot!!!!
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