To me, it looks as if the NHC is getting a good handle on Ivan. It shifted East than West and now over Key West over Tampa Bay and in around Cedar Key. I'm inland near Orlando so we'll get high winds and rain. A slight jog East and I don't want to even think about it.
What is going on? Or perhaps a better question is how much more can we take? There are beginning to be a lot of new lakes in Florida.
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