Quote: I'm really not agreeing with the 5am NHC track. Looks like it's going wide West of it to me. I also think during the ERC it's going to suck in a big gulp of dry air that's right along the Caymens.
What all this means I'm not sure. Maybe a slow down and turn to the North to get back on the NHC track.
Edit: Now I see most of the computer models are more in line with what I'm currently seeing - more NW path perhaps even skirting Caymens to the West. I hope the North component of the NHC track kicks in at that point and does not follow those model paths into the middle of Florida.
For as much of a wobbel as we had last night which was similiar to the charley wobble could easily happen again as its heading NW or N or even NE in time..i don;t thinke veryone should get all excited and think that this is means its defintely going to stay west. Be careful folks and don't try and micromanage a cane..doesn't work that way.
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