Someone recently was asking when we were going to get some more rain in Florida.... I have a sneaking suspicion that regardless of the intensity, Kyle will cause some rain in the state and who knows, given that it may cross the Gulf stream, very warm water, it may even prove 'interesting' as it intensifies rapidly into a full fledged hurricane.
One of the factors we look for in a tropical wave/storm, is persistance.....I think Kyle has proven it has that attribute....wouldn't be surprised to find it a bit breezy here in Central Florida this weekend....
A forecast is NOT a promise!
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