Noticed that "hurricane watches upgraded in morning to hurricane warnings". Two comments on that:
(1) it ain't slowing down as of right now. What I'm afraid of is that if it does slow down, it will do so over land. (2) It will more than likely be upgraded at 5am (or maybe 8) because at the rate it's going, someone will be feeling hurricane conditions within 24 hours of 5am Friday morning.
I'm dreading the 5am update...won't be surprised with the winds, but the track is what's go me concerned. If it comes in further south, it may be able to go across Lake Okechobee, which would do absolutely nothing to bring down the winds, and that would not be a very good thing. For anyone.
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