Absolutely Daniel. I would hope that everyone that takes the time to post (or even browse) this site and lives in the fire zone would have their preps done (before they’re ‘rushed to completion’). My point is with the model trends. Irene continues to skew right, and will have many mountains (literally) to climb.
Much like Ivan trended left; 5-day said Tampa Bay, then Cedar Key, Aplalach, then finally Pensacola. The discussion mentioned weak disturbances in the upper flow, and any one of these could pick it up. Wishcasting? Maybe, but this is the appropriate forum…
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