(Veteran Storm Chaser)
Fri Sep 05 2008 01:02 AM
Re: 12Z European shows big westward shift..

Yeah, oh what stories that generation had to tell on the 26 Cane. Yet, they didn't understand hurricanes and always referred to it as the First Storm and the Second Storm in articles. Except real old timers. My great-great-grandparents lived in the Keys, KW... my grandmother was only afraid of Cape Verde storms.. for a good reason. Though they were in Miami by 26 and 35.

Ike has spikes on all sides, bands.. long ones more visible tonight than last night. And, its raining lightly in Miami tonight from Hanna.

See what the models show next... good luck. Heard Jim Cantore talking tonight about the GOM scenario, caught my attention...

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