posted on Aug, 31 2019 @ 07:13 AM
Been quietly watching this thing, like I watch all of them and have for decades. Florida, be ready.
It started out as a potential hurricane, probably Cat1 at landfall. That's a soaker. Then came the warnings that it could stall out and flood an area.
Next thing I saw was it was forecast to be a Cat2 at landfall and turn up the middle of Florida. Then the news started talking about the possibility
of a Cat3. Now we're settling in on Cat4 and a good possibility that it'll swing up the coast.
I would be getting concerned at this point if I lived in Georgia or South Carolina. If I lived in Florida, I would not be in Florida.
This is one of those unpredictable monsters that pop up every so often. The NWS does a good job usually trying to stay on top of these things, but
sometimes it takes gut instinct to stay ahead of them. To the poster who was talking about "Joe," please keep us informed in the future what he says.
It sounds like he had Dorian's number before Dorian did.
Damn... just saw the Fox report. Now forecast to stall and turn north as a Cat4 off the Florida coast, Cat3 through Georgia, Cat 2 in South Carolina,
who knows from there. At this point it wouldn't surprise me if Dorian takes a coastline tour up to South Carolina, loops back around and
restrengthens, then plows through Florida again and starts messing around in the Gulf.
Everyone stay safe.