Yeah Javlin, I agree with ya... if it stay on a WNW track as it should then it will diminish the east coast of Fl potential over time.... I'm really close to making a GOM event with it... need to see if it stays on the wnw track... not sure as to intensity when it gets there... its relatively small in overall size, as was Claudette...maybe that's going to be the trend and we're gonna have a bunch of small storms this year...
Toni, if I were in St. Pete, I might just open both eyes for this one... models sure take it close....
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