(Weather Guru)
Sun Sep 26 2004 04:26 AM
Re: Jeanne Landfalls Near Stuart, FL

As a resident of Atlanta, I would say the best bet is to wait it out until at least noon today(Sunday). By that time we should have a good indication where Jeanne will be heading into Georgia.

But as a rule of thumb, if it heads out into the GOM(Gulf of...) and tracks more northerly through Alabama, then you may want to stay in Gainesville since Toccoa may be subject to flooding. but IF it takes the predicted path by the NHC, the nearest it will get will be Athens. basically watch Channel 2 news at noon and David Chandley will have a pretty good handle on it.

The most important thing is to get as much information as possible and don't go into flood prone areas.

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