Quote: Wilma is very close to being back over water.Now we will see if she gets stronger.They seem even more sure now that it will be mainly be a South Florida event.
From the AFD out of Melbourne
DURING THIS TIME...WILMA IS FORECAST TO BEGIN A TRANSITION TO A HYBRID/EXTRATROPICAL SYSTEM AS IT FEELS THE EFFECTS OF STRONG SYNOPTIC FORCING FROM MID LATITUDE TROUGH. AS A RESULT...WIND FIELDS ARE EXPECTED TO EXPAND AND MUCH IF NOT ALL OF CENTRAL FLORIDA SHOULD EXPERIENCE AT LEAST TROPICAL STORM FORCE WINDS.
-------------------- "Climate is what you expect, weather is what you get"
- Robert A. Heinlein
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