as of right now, all i can say is wherever this goes, if it is land, is in for it. On one site i saw, GFDL has future Florence strengthening to a strong category 4 storm. Then in the last frame, the start of a curve northward. There is talk on oldfarmersalmanac.com and other forums of this being "the big one for the NE." No i am no wishcasting i am just stating what i heard. I am not saying i dont agree with this somewhat though. The storm reminds me a lot of last years irene that came pretty close to the coast before turning, but some say "this will not be turning out to sea" and some say "it's definatley a fish spinner." Who do i believe and when do i start worrying. Only time will tell but im thinking before the sun comes up tomorrow, we wwill have TS Florence. What does everyone think about the possible "N.E. THREAT?"
PS--my birthday is tomorrow and there always has to be a tropical system so here we go..haha
-------------------- 2006 Atlantic Season Summary:
Bad, But Not AS Bad.
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