Otto 60 mph and moving West.
Back in the water again.
Worth noting Otto has moved into the Epac
Otto broke many records.
Otto made the land crossing intact.
Some of that land is marsh and includes a large lake.
There's land but also marsh, lakes, grasslands and swamps.
It chose a good place to cross over.
You can see how little land there actually is there.
And beautiful wetlands people go to explore.
Beaches galore but also grasslands.
Think low country in a way.
Otto's signature while crossing over.
Could this have helped Otto to sustain and even intensify?
Time will tell and it will be studied.
There are few analog storms to study for that exact location.
Seems it's a lot like Tampa and Jax.
Hurricanes nearby but rarely do they make landfall..
So keep watching.
Some models boomerang it back.
Most do not.
And have a wonderful holiday weekend.
If you are traveling or shopping...
Personally I'm the hide at home and enjoy the day sort of person.
But I may venture out somewhere to enjoy what's left of Fall in NC
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Weather in most places pretty good today.
I have the windows open here.
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Ps www.redcross.org is a good place to give charity while giving thanks.
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