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Harris yes storms certainly for the first time I have -- -- that is starting to look.
Like -- tropical storm or potentially getting close to looking like hurricane.
Here's a radar image you can see still very heavy rain going across Florida tornado threat continues throughout the evening tonight some of these bands have enough rotation in them that they could -- a small tornado.
In fact Martin County in -- partly saint Lucie.
Saint Lucie county have tornado warnings in effect right now take a look -- the satellite imagery it's been a very disorganized storm.
Has not had a lot of strong thunderstorms right at the center -- -- but -- take a look here finally those thunderstorms are beginning to blossom right at the center of the storm.
And that says it's now finally moving away from that strong interaction that I have a plan.
It will not have any more interaction with land until it makes landfall somewhere process central northern gulf area.
And that could start to be feeling the effects at least Biden tomorrow evening into Tuesday morning and a landfall midday Tuesday into Tuesday night.
Here's the official track of the storm growing into about a ninety to a hundred mile an hour storm.
And I tell you we look at the center of the storm this is certainly one of them you don't want -- look at the center because our models are all over the place.
One of our very reliable models -- this farther off toward the west around mobile one of the other very reliable models pushes its way to that west of New Orleans.
So that's why we have it honed because it can't encompasses all of that and anywhere here across -- -- is going to be dealing with effects that.
Not out of the question gets you stronger storms still yet from this especially if some of those thunderstorms we're seeing right now.
Holes and it looks very much like this will be the beginning of the storm beginning to hold together and begin to really get wound up.
These two models that I referenced pose very different pictures -- rainfall totals.
Which means flooding as we get through with -- take a look at what happens here with one of our models from Louisiana.
Up -- towards Arkansas and parts of Oklahoma a big swat.
It's going to be seeing around six to eight inches of rain in some isolated fifteen inch amounts take a look at what the other model does -- Pulls a farther off towards the east Louisiana didn't get hardly any rain and all that -- goes here -- series.
Of the deep south and in toward the Carolinas -- big difference is still this has been one of the hardest hurricanes or tropical storms to forecast that we've seen in years.
And police believe that is the case is we can't have been all over on these predictions.
What we expect to see with the storm and unfortunately we're still kind of there we don't have a real complete idea.
I would say our path is -- about a 300 mile difference from anywhere adjusted.
Even west of Pensacola.
All the way over towards Lake Charles, Louisiana so a lot of and certainly still with the storm.
Yeah that's a big chunk of real state to be different about with his models -- and you say that's really -- concerned you will come back she was the news warrants on this thank you that.
Isaak has already ripped across the.
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