Quote: looks like tammy will landfall as a 45kt tropical storm at cumberland island, ga around 8pm local.
Per the 7pm CT Intermediate Advisory: Doppler radar and surface observations indicate that the center of Tammy moved inland near Mayport Florida within the past hour. At 8 PM EDT...0000z...the center was estimated near latitude 30.5 north ...Longitude 81.6 west...very near Jacksonville Florida.
Looks like it took a left turn at the last minute (where have I heard that before?) well, it'll go up like ten miles west of cumberland. i probably was figuring the center in the wrong place by radar. -HF
Could be, Hank... although, looking at IR, it's moving perpendicular to the coast now....or am I losing my mind?
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