(Weather Guru)
Sun Sep 02 2007 04:17 PM
Re: what about the system off the Georgia coast?


Does the system off the Georgia present a danger for East Central Florida, and if yes, within what timeframe?

From my knowledge, and by looking off of the radar, there are a few area's in East Central Florida that should be on the look out for tornadoes, strong winds and severe thunderstorms. Whether this is caused from the storm system off of Georgia or not, that I do not know. You may want to ask someone who is more experienced in weather. The link below shows the areas that are experiencing bad weather caused from thunderstorms.

Also, this system is still forming off of Georgia, so give it a day or two and maybe people will know what to expect from this system. Watch it closely, and moniter it, and keep an eye on the forum. They will let you known when this area could cause potential harm.

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