(Registered User)
Sun Sep 10 2017 11:31 PM



Why do they need to adjust their track? Is the 5pm track not correct?

Irma is east of the 5PM track already and moving N. So as mentioned unless she starts to turn NW this track will not verify and put her much further inland.

Power just failed in Sebring where I was yesterday, so it seems I made the right call to come home. Still have a long night of gusty winds to deal with however.

Thank you for the explanation. When a new 1x poster posts something like that with no explanation (especially during a Hurricane) it helps to understand the reasoning behind their statement.

Hoping for the sleep tonight. Irma is hitting us hard right now.

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