It’s just a tropical storm, prepare but don’t freak out

OK FLORIDA, NO FREAKING OUT. It’s just a tropical storm! We’ll get lots of wind and rain but between El Nino and the full moon Saturday, atmospheric conditions are changing. “Erika overnight winds of 50 mph as it passes between Antigua and Guadeloupe. It is a poorly organized system due to strong wind shear. It is forecast to track W/NW as a minimal tropical storm, perhaps weakening even more so near the US. There is still great uncertainty with the track and intensity but the trend has generally shown the center moving parallel to the east coast of Florida. The cone of uncertainty is very broad and still includes Central Florida, so stay tuned for updates ” Here’s –> Andrea’s experiences with hurricanes

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