Quote: Late tomorrow into late Friday will be when the projected path begins to firm up. Track guidance is generally very good within 72 hours of landfall. That being said, folks over here in the Tampa Bay Area are well aware of the potential impact from Dorian. I'll be making my final arrangements on Friday before I leave work. If Dorian ends up crossing the state, we'd be looking at a strong TS here sometime during Monday (also a work day for me). Right now, I'm in watch and wait mode. The next track guidance adjustment will be the 5PM advisory ensemble.
Well I guess the good news is that if the strike is aimed at us today, it will be somewhere else by Sunday.
But the bad news is that it might not be very far away...
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