This post is JUST SHARED as a precaution to MAKE YOU AWARE.
Many computer models are inaccurate this far out, and there's no guarantee that Hurricane Florence will come anywhere close to New England, Connecticut, or even the East Coast. It could very well go out to sea.
That being said - this is important to be aware of and watch, just in case. See below:
Model spaghetti is exhibiting both high-spread or solutions in all directions -- as well as windshield wiping or shifting north/south ...— Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com (@RyanMaue) September 5, 2018
Track of #Florence dependent upon a host of factors -- all of which can introduce error or uncertainty.
Can't offer any answers today! pic.twitter.com/oILCnNh3dG
Amazing to see GFS and ECMWF models agreeing on a storm track sp far in advance...even by accident.— Ryan Maue | weathermodels.com (@RyanMaue) September 5, 2018
Actually track of #Florence is probably +/- 1000 miles
By the time we digest one model, there's always another coming .... pic.twitter.com/CajCa3k8t9
New EURO with #Florence has me saying "wow". Very close to Mid-Atlantic coast late next week & tries to loop-de-loop. Would be rough for beaches IF it happened. That's a big IF. Looks different from yesterday. Will likely look different tomorrow. Not buying yet. Models too jumpy. pic.twitter.com/qRUGnP2T8C— Mike Thomas (@MikeTFox5) September 5, 2018