It's very obvious there has been no southward drift. The eye DOES appear to be tightening up...and nearly stationary. If anything, I can detect a POSSIBLE very slow NW drift beginning. But, this is difficult to ascertain since the eye structure continues to evolve.
As for that 3rd rainband coming through the Orlando area (see my previous post)....that was by far the most intense. The rain was torrential for about 15 minutes with very high winds. We are now back to a breezy situation with light drizzle....the sky remains fairly dark and onimous. I have another large tree limb lying on the remains of my fence (damaged heavily by Charley).
The power went out for a few minutes, but has returned.
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