Thursday, August 4, 2011

Keeping an eye on Tropical Storm Emily

Over the course of the day she has been weakening, her maximum sustained wind speeds are now down to 40 MPH, and I think that once she gets past the Island of Hispaniola, she should be reduced down to a Tropical Depression, but once Emily is out and over the Bahaman Islands, she could possibly rapidly re-intensify, and she might be able to reach hurricane strength by Sunday night.

If you live on the east coast of Florida and south of the Outer Banks of North Carolina, you should keep an eye on Emily, because she may make a landfall in one of these states, so you should keep an eye on her, just for your safety.

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