Posted by: Salty | August 20, 2008

Tropical Storm Fay “Boomerangs” Northeast

Satellite View of Fay on Wednesday Morning

Satellite View of Fay on Wednesday Morning

Though it still isn’t expected to strengthen into a hurricane, Tropical Storm Fay has spawned at least seven tornadoes that have pushed across the Florida mainland.

The storm is expected to trace the southeastern coast of Florida, move back into the Atlantic and then “boomerang” back up into the Northeast coast of Florida.

Parts of northeastern Florida and southeastern Georgia are now under a hurricane watch, meaning that the storm conditions in the area are conducive to hurricane formation within the next 36 hours.

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  1. Looks like we may be driving into the eye of the storms after all.


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