Yes, the front is still there...as far as doing what it's supposed to do, it all comes down to timing -- what else is new? What I'm hearing from the mets here is that if the front comes down sooner, Charley will make landfall south of Tampa Bay. That's the scenario they want because then the water in Tampa Bay will be pushed OUT into the GOM. If it is slower coming down, we get it north of Tampa Bay and then we have a huge problem because the water will be push into the bay and it doesn't have anywhere to go. The track is pretty much set, it just the timing of the front and where Charlie is when they meet.
p.s. The Batphone just went off again...scared the living daylights out of me. It was for a "HIGH WIND WARNING...FROM FRIDAY AT 8:AM TO SATURDAY AT 8:00AM INLAND COUNTIES CAN EXPECT MODERATE TO SUBSTANTIAL WIND DAMAGE..."
Couldn't get the whole thing because I was using the defibrillators on myself.
I guess they just answered my question.
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