Fri Aug 18 2017 11:30 AM
Re: 92L Lounge

Newer site users or newer residents of Florida may wonder why some 'old timers' are seeming to get a little worked up over 92L. Well, there is some history involved, and it can be summed up easily in one image and some advisory text. Cr. Bryan Norcross @TWCBryan
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Below: Aug 18, 1992 Tropical Storm Andrew

As noted in several replies above, it is still much too soon to begin placing bets on 92L's future track and intensity. However, 92L falls in the location/intensity/forecast track/time of year box that for residents of Florida means keep watch, and keep watch closely.

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