Tom actually said at 6:18 P.M. "watching for possible development" did not show too much opinion as to development likely or not. From watching him, and meeting him briefly recently, I think he doesn't want to jump the gun, but thinks in these crazy times that development isa real possibility, who knows.
From my experience or lake thereof over the last several years, and living in the path of three storms in 14 months time, I feel almost like here in South Brevard, that sooner or later, probably sooner we are doomed! Hopefully I am WRONG though.
In my opinion only!!!! I think this system will be at best a depression and hit the Melbourne, Florida area as a similar or weaker to Alberto type storm, probably weaker though. Don't dust off your generators yet, do change the filter and oil soon, as it is probably just a matter of 4 to 8 weeks before any real chance that you'll need them.
Those that know this stuff well, do you know the chances of something popping NE of the Bahama Islands and heading my way in the next 90 hrs or so?
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