Quote: I just read the 11PM advisory from the NHC and it read pretty much like the 8PM. However, several posters here seem to think that Fay could strengthen overnight. The NHC does say that Fay is stationary and that it is unlikely to move much. So here is my question to you all:
Are we here, in New Smyrna Beach, just south of Daytona, likely to wake up tomorrow morning with hurricane force winds?
It's certainly possible, but the difference in a 60 mph TS and a 80 mph hurricane is not all that great. I doubt you'd notice a huge difference. Remember, the strongest winds are confined to a very small area around the core of the storm.
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