I would imagine that the weather conditions in Brooksville will be rather wet and probably windy. The best advice I can give you is to keep paying attention to what's going on. It is very likely that watches and warnings will go up for most of west central Florida. I believe that Citrus county (I think that's where Brooksville is) is included in the Flood Watch issued by the NWS in Rusking this morning. It might be the saddest looking TS ever, but I don't believe the NHC would call it a TS if they didn't have reason to -- as many other posters mentioned, the highest winds found very close to the convection, and that's what is headed our way.
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