Guys I have been looking at the speeds of these storms and they seem to be to fast for the storm to do anything serious.. How big a role does the speed of the storm play in its intensity... I remember Rita was between 10-12 mph the whole time it was a cane.. This thing is hauling ass at 20 mph. Does tropical storm normally move at this speed, is this one of the reasons why we have seen such few canes, since most serious tropical storms I have tracked this year have had a speed of atleast 15 mph.
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