(Senior Storm Chaser)
Mon Nov 03 2003 06:58 PM
Re: recon

Breck (on Fox 8) said basically that the upper level support (which is the low far to the south of the lower level circulation) has most of the energy due to some shear from the east across Florida. They put in a raindrop and questionmark for tomorrow's forecast. We're supposed to see some cloud shield and breezy conditions, but that's all. I'm still holding with a landfall between Plaq. Parish and Mobile County, but my 45-50 winds were way off. I'm not sure where the center crossed FL. I had it Miami to Ft.L I think, but the main energy was still with the ULC at that time.


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