Erin is currently a 30 kt storm and I'm not seeing any landfall predictions, except 5% on the Cape. Not sure where your house is, but what are you seeing that has you concerned?....more concerned about Erin. ....
To be fair, Tropical Tidbits definitely showed this had some chance, it just wasn't his most likely a few days ago. He was right that it's strength wasn't anything out of the ordinary for the islands, when it made landfall yesterday. The issue is what's next.Once again, putting your faith in the forecasters is a fool's errand. I'm a bit mystified why they didn't take into account the very warm water that Dorian would be moving into whether or not it hit the mountains of SD. Time and time again we have seen minimal storms blossom when they get into the warm waters of the southern Bahamas and the Gulfstream.
So watch out, those of you in Fla. At this time Dorian may hit central Fla as a high cat 1 or cat 2, if the storm doesn't slow and cook in the warm water for a time.
Forecasters 0, Dorian 1.