UPDATES: 1. A smart reader points out in the comments section that the wind warnings on the map below for the Atlantic coast are because of Hanna. 2. The latest map shows Ike heading to Miami.
Nevertheless, the NWS's latest maps seem to indicate Ike is more likely to hit the Atlantic coast than it is to molest the Gulf.
According to this map of tropical storm force wind speed probabilities, coastal Georgians (along with Floridians, Carolinians, Virginians, Marylanders) should start preparing -- if not for full-on Hurricane lovin', then at least for some flirting and heavy breathing.
UPDATE: A smart reader points out in the comments section that the wind warnings for the Atlantic coast are because of Hanna.
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