I don't think we should let the looks of Earnesto lull us into complacency at this point. I remember a little tightly wound storm that has recently posthumously been upgraded to a CAT 5 that did not do anything that was expected. Not the same area of the pond mind you, and this is for those who are reading as well. The bermuda triangle stories are full of sagas where there was nothing but blue skies on the horizon and a horrible storm approaches virtually out of thin air. These stories are based on little Earnestos interacting with the warm waters of the Florida Straights. Still hoping for a puddle jumper though.
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