Quote: Not sure if this is the proper place to post this question ... but it seems logical.
As this storm strengthens and moves on up the coast of Florida, how will it effect the west coast of Florida. I do not expect winds to really worry about, but I found it interesting to watch the images of her pulling so much moisture across Hispaniola and over those mountains. Would it be possible to see this storm pull a lot of moisture from the gulf to help feed her? If it does that,would Florida see some pretty high rain levels as a result? Or is it going to be too far from the gulf to have any interaction?
It would create an area of sustenance, and may be a bit breezy, but dry. The extreme east coast is probably the only area to even get a hint of Tropical Storm conditions, which may be very light to next to nothing if it trends more eastward. High surf and minor beach erosion will be a problem regardless. Based on that, maybe 20-30mph winds along the beach, maybe slightly higher gusts at closest approach.
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