Well, for now the track hasn't changed much; the motion is still to the WNW and it *appears* that Tampa Bay *may* be spared a 3rd hit. However, it's still 3/5-365 days out as far as I can tell, so I'm not letting my guard down. That being said, me staying up until 4:30am is not helping my nerves nor is it changing Ivan's track, so I might as well just get some sleep and see where it's at in the morning.
That being said, I will say prayers for all the people in the path of this storm...from Cuba to N.O. and east. I hate even thinking about this thing hitting ANYONE as a Cat 5. I know it has to hit somewhere at sometime, but I don't know where. The only thing I can say is that I surely hope it's not a Cat 5 no matter WHERE it hits. See ya in the morning...
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