Posted By Andrew Freiden 9/8/2016
We thought we were done with Hermine, which is no longer a circulation of note for the National Hurricane Center. But it is still kind of there.
The surface circulation was absorbed into an upper level low pressure system...which helped fuel yesterday's downpours and even helped fuel some heavy rain this morning, mainly
It's seems like Hermine has been on the maps forever! It was actually about three weeks. Thankfully, Hermine wasn't a tropical storm the entire time. In fact, for much of its life, it was a disorganized depression or just a plain old cluster of thunderstorms.
Check out this remarkable movie of its track. You'll notice, it was at its strongest as it made landfall near Tallahasee.
See you later (finally!)