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Very, Very Early - But keep an Eye on Ian




Not named yet...FLA landfall Tues/Wed. Depending on the FLA exit we may see some action...hopefully not enough for a Cantore visit.






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Not liking the FL projected landfall at all (kinda Charlieish) - but this far out (more than 72 hours) rarely hits the the forecast landfall.

And, yup, an exit on the east side could be interesting, if she does, hope stays east as Wilma did in 2005


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Next week....






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Yep, been watching this one like a Hawk, checking back for each three-hour update. Still a week out, and a lot can change before then, but always unsettling seeing a forecast like this. Hopefully, the conditions will change before then!


RE: Very, Very Early - But keep an Eye on Hermine.




Not named yet...FLA landfall Tues/Wed. Depending on the FLA exit we may see some action...hopefully not enough for a Cantore visit.

GrandpaD


I have a family member who just arrived there on business South of Tampa till Friday...ugh.


RE: Very, Very Early - But keep an Eye on Hermine.




I’m topping off my tank here in N Central Florida before we run out. Clearing off the porches next. Our ground is already saturated from daily rainfall the last 4+ weeks and the rivers are at flood stage currently.

The beaches are also seeing action from Fiona right now, lots of ENE wind as she passes by. Gulf side surfers are now springing into action too.




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Do they have any intensity predictions for FLA? Cat 1. Cat 2??


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Do they have any intensity predictions for FLA? Cat 1. Cat 2??

bosoxtodd


The last NHC map had "M" at landfall. I believe a saw up to a Cat 3.

And Hermine moved to the far Atlantic with TD 10 (no Sharpies were used ;)

Looks like we're gonna be watching IAN instead.


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How many hurricanes have brushed past the Banks this year?


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How many hurricanes have brushed past the Banks this year?

jfalba


Zero


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I've been eyeballing this one myself - I've been keeping the hamster in my computer busy running on his wheel checking in on it.


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This spaghetti models chart udates regularly: Click to follow link...

Keep an eye on Ian's projected path. Stay safe everyone.


It's taken a slightly more western angle today




Most long-term forecasts seem to show Ian coming inland through Georgia, though these predictions change regularly. We're coming down next weekend, so I'm also keeping a close watch. We've been evacuated once, don't ever want that to happen again.


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Florida State of Emergency county list




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No matter where Ian decided decides to come ashore it does appear he'll give us much needed rain in VA/NC. Hopefully winds will subside as he makes his way North.




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Update from local NWS.... Some serious rain expected from Ian.






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