I, too, cannot keep up with all of these storms...isn't Tammy like the 4th or 5th one to just "bubble" up this year? I saw that piece of energy that broke away from Stan this morning and thought, "Uh-oh". Than I though, "NAH!" Having just watched some of the local news channels, what caught my eye was that most of the spaghetti models have it moving right into Central Florida. Unless it has a forward speed like Tammy, it could have just enough time to get to T.S. status -- although they are talking about wind shear, don't know how strong it is or what effect it will have on 93L. I would imagine that no matter what, it will bring a ton of rain for the West Coast of Florida.
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