Jim Syoen on channel 2 from Ft. Myers (today's his last day! *sob! cry!*) was talking about it this morning too. And he's never been a wave-mongerer type of weatherman. He said to watch the area towards the end of the week because models are starting to mention this.
We are DESPERATE for a nice wet tropical depression or low level TS to just SIT right over us. We're over 600 in drought numbers here in Charlotte.
Now, will the area over LA/TX drift east to the Panhandle?
And is the area the models are picking up on the stuff over the Yucatan peninsula right now?
-------------------- Lesli in SWFL.
(my 2009 guess - 14/7/5)
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