Loc: Orlando, FL
Thu Sep 23 2004 11:36 PM
Short Update tongiht,
Jeanne remains on track to affect Florida sometime this weekend. Hurricane Watches will likely go up sometime in the morning for the Florida east coast.
Jeanne has a lot of dry air surrounding it, which I think will keep the strengthening in check, at least for a bit, but it's been holding itself together well so far. The exact track is still fairly uncertain, but it appears that it will affect Florida this weekend.
Jeanne's track will be slow and very curved (or rounded) so the track maps aren't too good in showing this particular aspect of the storm.
Ivan appears to be a huge rainmaker for Texas, it'll be interesting to see what type of rains they get there. Stay safe there folks.
If you find yourself in a watch area tomorrow, start to prepare again in earnest.
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