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Levi Cowan
Given the trends toward a strong ridge north of near the time of landfall, the 12Z ECMWF illustrates how more of a left turn may occur and keep South Carolina and Georgia in the line of fire. Details unknown; let this be a reminder to be prepared in case things change.
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Emily Sep 11
Replying to @TropicalTidbits
Forgive my ignorance.... but if this happened, would it weaken before going south?
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Levi Cowan Sep 11
Replying to @epshawkins
It depends on whether it stalls offshore or inland. It would weaken either way, but not as quickly if it's over water. Folks along the entire coastline within the Hurricane Watch area should be prepared for hurricane-force winds, storm surge, and flash flooding.
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robert dunn Sep 11
Replying to @TropicalTidbits
😀🧐UPDATE >>> 09/11/18 at 5pm - Hurricane Is Still Only A CAT 1 Storm - See For Yourself:
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Levi Cowan Sep 11
Replying to @robertdunn7
These maps are not accurate depictions of hurricanes.
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