Looking at the current radar system of the storm system off of Georgia, it looks as though to be the reason for the severe storms that are currently in Georgia's Coast and also in Northern Florida. This storm system is causing severe thunderstorms and strong winds in areas over Northern Florida (Daytona Beach is under a watch) Looking at the radar, it looks as though it is trying to form into a depression or a storm system, and it now appears to be rotating the way a hurricane would, not a cyclone (however I could be wrong) But it looks to be an overall healthy system that is forming. We will just have to keep a close watch on this storm systym over the next few days.
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