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By: TampaSpin , 05:58 PM GMT on Οκτώβριος 12, 2011
Invest 95L in the Western Caribbean is starting to concern me some! It is now starting to organize itself very well! There is a cold front that will be approaching the GOM about Tuesday or Wednesday. This Cold Front will pick up what ever it might be and sling it toward Florida. The Added energy it will bring to the approaching Cold front could make for some very SEVERE WEATHER for Florida about Wednesday or Thursday. Get your Weather Radios fired up by Tuesday gang as this could get pretty nasty if i am correct and hope i am not!When the Cold front come thru toward Florida next week about Wednesday the thingy in the Western Caribbean will get kicked toward Florida........We might have some pretty rough weather for Florida for about Thursday with the combinations of the two!
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