I wouldn't think the NHC website would not update on purpose. That would be a good reason to lock up a few government employees, don't you think? There a lot of weather related web sites having fits today, but the NHC this evening has issues on theirs they need to deal with. I never did try their wap site to see if it was still updated or if it went down the tubes also. Glad I was at home today instead of work.
The NWS sites in both Jacksonville and Key West are staying up to date, and both have good local products also. In fact, I didn't know until today that the Keys were building a new NWS office designed to take a Cat 5 and the storm surge. The long-range radar is the big tool to use for tonight, and it's loading up very well at the moment.
On the other hand, the Miami NWS web site is a sorry excuse for a city of that size. I couldn't find much of anything there, and they are using that NRC graphic showing Charley going everywhere from that M city in the N GOM to the Bahama's. Blind leading the.....well I don't like their site.
Cuba still have issues with overflights by the hurricane hunters, or have they mellowed out a bit? Seems like they could use the help, we could use theirs for sure. Co-op is the best way to go.
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