Friday, August 27, 2010
Well, there you have it... a 1,2,3,4,5,6 punch. We've got very powerful category 4 storm in the central Atlantic, which is forecast to take a turn to the north, so it shouldn't make a huge impact on the Atlantic coast of the US, except with rip currents and increased surf. Of course, soon to be Hurricane Earl is a whole other story. Unfortunately, it looks like the patterns will bring Earl further south making him more of a threat to land, which is not good news. He is also forecast to become a major hurricane, and if he impacts land... it could be bad. Additionally, they have expressed good odds of the wave behind Earl of becoming a tropical system during the next 48 hours, and behind that are a line of waves over Africa!!! If Earl doesn't get us, there is a chance one of the others might...
Posted by Dewdrop at 10:06 AM