Big burst of convection around 17 and 80. Looks like it is continuing to become better organized . There is a lot that can play into the future movement of the storm, the models has the storm moving either up the West or East coast of Fl. some has the storm clipping S.Fl. and going up E Coast or missing Fl. all together.Hopefully the next few model runs will give us more to go on. My patience is starting to run real thin, it is nearing the end of the season and I haven't even felt a brisk breeze where I live.
HOW BOUT THOSE BUCS, 5-1
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