Quote: thinking center is near 21.7n and 86.0w and winds down to 30kts with gust to 40kts for 11pm
also weaker at landfall.... TD doesn't look good at all on sats
Well these coordinates are about the same as the 5 pm advisory, then that means the "center" hasn't moved (obviously) I was hoping that by the 0z runs tonight, we'd and the models would have a much better handle and a higher confidence on TD 1, but doesn't look like that's happening either. Though, I think that's ok. The storm probably won't get much more intense than a moderate TS at landfall. To me the most important thing is that FL is FINALLY going to get some rain, maybe not in our neck of the woods but somewhere in the state. I do think it will become Alberto, but just later than I thought this morning...maybe by this time tomorrow at least....time will telll
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