Tropical storm Fay was intercepted in SW Florida on August 19, 2008. Tropical storm Fay was an interesting storm because it made MANY landfalls (2 in the Caribbean, and 4 in Florida alone) and had a very strange track from August 15 through August 24. In Florida, it made landfall near Key West, then on the SW Florida coast, then re-emerged into the ocean near Cape Canaveral, only to make a third landfall near Daytona Beach, cross the state, then re-emerge over the NE Gulf of Mexico, and make a final landfall near the FL Panhandle.
The storm packed winds up to 65-MPH and dumped over 20 inches of rain in less than a weeks time during its chaotic path across the state of Florida. You can check out my full chase log on Fay by clicking the link provided below (for my STORM CHASING section) ...http://www.sky-chaser.com/fay08.htm