Hermine got its act together just in time to become a hurricane before landfall in Florida. Visible satellite is pretty impressive, but the radar shows that it doesn't have a consolidated inner core, yet.
Even though it's a minimal hurricane, it will still be a dangerous beast. If you live in the area, check out the NHC (http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/) for official warnings, advisories, and guidance.
Share this with your friends who live on the plains. Gonna be a dangerous stretch of weather upcoming.
From friend and fellow meteorologist Jon Finch:
"Starting today in western Kansas, the central and southern plains region is going to be bombarded by severe weather every day through at least Friday and possibly on through the remainder of May. This late May pattern that the models are advertising is one of the scariest I've seen since the early 90s when I moved to the plains. I expect many tornadoes by the time the month is over and many costly hail storms. Oklahoma and Texas look especially under the gun, but several other states will partake as well."