Well Eduardo is moving almost s-sw over the last 2 hours. If you look at satellite pictures and radar they both show a more southerly direction than a few hours ago. I also see the last 2 hours as it takes a more south turn the thunderstorms to the east are approaching the center a bit more and I think this will continue as long as it moves further south. If I had to guess Edouardo will move inland between West Palm Beach and Daytona sometime tommorow as a moderate to strong T.S.. It then will move westward into the gulf and who knows what happens then. The main problem will be rain over central and southwest Florida. Still something to continue to watch and I do expect Tropical Storm Warnings to be posted at 5pm further south on the east coast.
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