04:57 AM EDT - 02 October 2000
This morning Keith has been in a weird position. It has been half over land and half over water. And with not moving much at all last night, has had the land (and everone on it, unfortunately) take its toll on the hurricane's structure. It hasn't moved one bit, and still continues to pound Belize. It's future track is still projected by the National Hurricane Center to eventually head north over the peninsula and into the Gulf as a Tropical Storm. Keith's non-movement may be good for the US, but it's been a nightmare for the folks in Belize. So it's not the best solution.
Joyce is now projected to be a Tropical Storm in about 72 hours south of Cuba in the Western Caribbean, so we'll have that to watch as well. Any interaction between Keith and Joyce could make things interesting later down the road. We'll be watching.
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