Tropical Storm Fay made landfall on Friday afternoon with maximum sustained winds of 50 mph.
‘Fay’ is a weak storm but a record-setter. The earliest sixth storm (getting the ‘F’ name) on record until now was Tropical Storm Franklin on July 22, 2005; that happened to be one of the most active, disastrous hurricane seasons on record as well.
Tropical Storm Fay will continue to track north into New England this weekend. That means NO impact from this storm on the Alabama or Northwest Florida Gulf Coast for the weekend:
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