Mon Sep 27 2004 09:43 AM
Jeanne Inland in the Southeast

Jeanne, now a weakening Tropical Storm, is now inland in Georgia after making the turn northward yesterday.

The center of Jeanne is located in Central Georgia currently, causing wind and rain.

Damage along the coast from storm surge was greater this time than in Frances, including our place in New Smyrna Beach which lost the beach walkway and about 8 feet of concrete walkway behind the seawall.

Jeanne will eventually move up and out to sea around the North Carolina/Virginia borders, weakening the entire time. It may hold its own again once its out to sea, but that should be the end of Jeanne.

Lisa is already destined to be a fish spinner... so that leaves us with...

NOTHING! Hold a party... no storms currently. The season isn't over yet, but there is no discernable storm threats in the forseeable future.

Skeetobite shows the paths of all three central Florida storms...

Event Related Links

You can find links to County Emergency Management offices at floridadisaster.org
Jeanne Color Satellite
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Mark Sudduth is doing video updates as he heads toward Vero to set up his reasearch team. Check on it here.
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Jeanne Models -- This image animated over time
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Lisa Models -- This image animated over time
Jeanne Sphagehtti Model from BoatUS/Hurricane Alley
Jeanne Plots from Weather Underground
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Jeanne Radar Image

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