Many storms have formed east of 60 W(or become hurricanes east of 60 W) and affected land/US...Donna is one that springs to mind immediately. Hugo is another. Gilbert, Allen, Gloria, Elena, Georges, Dora etc.
NOTE: Well, my questioning yesterday of the text/graphic conflict was resolved---in favor of the graphic, not the text!
One picture=one thousand advisory words.
Here in Tally---a typical post tropical cyclone day....cooler, gray, slight breeze....
Noticed probabilities are back with Henri for Fl...wassup with that?
Isabel looks like a danger to the islands, and also downstream....stay tuned.
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