Special tropical update for Florida and the Southeast: a.m. Monday 9 August 2021

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This morning, the National Hurricane Center is watching closely an area of disturbed weather in the tropical Atlantic Ocean several hundred miles east of the Leeward Islands. It is not yet a tropical depression or storm and does not yet have a name. In fact there’s only a 60% chance it will become a tropical storm this week.

However, IF this system does develop, right now its most likely path is through the northeast Caribbean and then approaching Florida by Saturday and moving into the Southeast early next week.

This is a heads-up only! There are no warnings or watches issued. If I was RV’ing or planning to RV along the southeast or FL coasts I would not change my plans right now.

However, I would make sure I pay attention to the tropical forecasts, either from the National Hurricane Center, local TV weather forecasters, or reputable, established weather websites.

I will update this special advisory on Tuesday 10 August or sooner, if there is significant change.

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