Fri Sep 02 2016 10:08 AM
Re: Tropical Storm Hermine forms in Gulf of Mexico

During and just after a storm it becomes very difficult to keep track of everything going on, various media outlets friends family tends to be the best sources on what has happened. If you need to contact folks in the hit areas, use social media and texts as they can get through a bit easier than regular phone calls.

Hermine is expected to exit back into the Ocean Saturday morning and possibly hang out and convert to extratropical just offshore New Jersey next week, so Hermine's effects are far from over.

Strongest Winds were around Tallahassee and then along the Florida West coast,

92L has also been reactivated.

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