I'm just coming in from outside, I feel like a wet rag it's so frigging humid. Definitely tropical moisture...believe it or not, there's a difference between "regular" Florida moisture and "tropical Florida" moisture. The air feels denser, smells different. That sounds wacky, but it's true. Living here for 13 years now, I can tell the difference. The rain should start coming in later tonight; I think we'll see more t-storms and gusty winds and lots of rain. I'm hoping this will happen around 6pm so I don't have to sweat at football practice. Also...an interesting fact that I learned during Charley and Frances...if you are in a high-rise on the beach or anywhere with this storm, the winds you experience will be higher than those at the surface. I don't want to hear the name JEANNE until absolutely necessary.
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