Quote: .....how will it effect the west coast of Florida......
Irene is larger than "normal", with TS winds out 205 miles, but expected to strengthen. If it takes the currently forecast path with a closest approach to the east coast of approx 150 miles, theoretically that would put the western edge of the TS winds about mid-peninsula.
But after getting caught 5-10 miles from the eye of Charlie when it was "supposed" to go into Tampa Bay, I don't place as much faith in the projections as I used to..........
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