The GOES satellite is serving up some really good imagery, I'd say the eye is about over the exact middle of Cuba right now. Easy to see the eye against the land. Not to mention you can grab a pretty decent time amount (hours), and zoom right down to the island.
It's one of the greatest triumphs of the Internet age that I can look at an image taken by a satellite in space only 10 minutes before. Yes, it's terrifying having the huge storm bearing down on us, with heavens only knows what power and devastation, but in a day and age like this, I feel just a little better knowing I can fire up my computer and pull satellite imagery out of space rather than have to go by an NOAA radio broadcast.
Okay, done waxing philosophical. Here's the GOES link again for those who don't know it by heart:
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