Isn't what you said a bit of a contridiction? On the one hand you said there was very little chance for strengthening and that it would be a peninsula storm. But in the next paragraph you state that, if the storm remains weak, it has a chance to get into the Gulf and strike the W. side of FL.
I mean no disrespect; you certainly know a lot more about this than I do and I hold your opinion in very high regard. I would just like a little more clarification, please. Thanks!
to get further west it would have to keep not gaining any strength. isn't really buying it any more time.. just making the turn a little later. there isn't anything to push it far enough into the gulf to make a real difference... steering is such that it would probably just recurve more sharply. really don't see this thing entering north of the naples area, most likely monroe county. -HF
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