Additional middle-level dry air associated with trough and spreading out of rather substantial wind field are just two of the factors pointing toward rather significant tornado threat for South Florida on Monday as Wilma makes landfall. Further supporting evidence that seems to be a reasonably good analog for this event was hurricane Isbell in October of 1964. She spawned perhaps a dozen tornadoes across southern portions of Florida including 4 of F2 intensity on the fujita scale.
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Hurricane activity is increasing and the Red Sox are choking.
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