(Weather Master)
Fri Sep 02 2016 11:55 AM
Re: Tropical Storm Hermine forms in Gulf of Mexico


I've looked at weather station data on Weather Underground... and they went offline while having gusts in the 50s.

This is what I've seen as well. I think most damage will be surge related directly along the coast. Hermine was just starting to get its act together as it came on onshore. The eye wall never full wrapped around so the core wasn't bad, but clearly the edges and the stronger bands had some hurricane forces gusts.

The risk for tornadoes and coastal flooding will follow the storm up the east coast thru the entire holiday weekend.

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