It has been my experience that a hurricane in the Atlantic along the eastern seaboard pulls moisture off of Florida but does not usually effect the Gulf. They are saying this is a large storm but will be far enough away to only cause rough seas and surf on the coast. The final answer to your question is that if this storm stays where it is forecast to be, there will probably be a few dryer days. However, for those of us in the center and western part of Florida I have noticed an invest of 90L which looks to be in our back yard.
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