No one is in the clear until Ivan is permenantly on land. I have seen storms in the past do strange things like go in cirlces, go backwards, then forward. Hurricanes are just plain unpredictalbe creatures.
Quote: Seems everyone is uncertain about Ivan's future...I just read this in AOL's headline news...
"Millions more people are in its path, with Ivan projected to go between the Cayman Islands, make a direct hit on Cuba and then either move into the Gulf of Mexico or hit South Florida."
I was thinking that south Florida was pretty much in the clear...
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