Complex, disruptive storm system taking shape

1:35 pm ET October 28

TD 18 is forecast to become a tropical storm and could cross extreme south Florida later this evening and through tonight. Once over the southwest Atlantic, the would-be storm is expected to be pulled in to the larger developing coastal storm that eventually brings significant impacts to a good deal of the Northeast Sunday and in to early Monday. I have the latest on this complex set up in today’s discussion.

M. Sudduth

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