That "trough" that someone said is stretched across central Florida isn't really the trough at all. You can clearly see the boundary between the high pressure system to the west and the trough setup north of Florida. As of right now it appears Ivan will continue the WNW motion until it's even with about Beacon Hill/Apalachicola(around 85W), then it will track north from there. It has passed well west of the Isle of Youth, and will probably scrape the very western end of Cuba.
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