The visible is making it a little easier to see the center of Arlene; it appears that it's right where the NHC has it located. For a second, it did appear to be to the east of that location, but when you look at it long enough, you can see where the LLC is located. I still see a N movement, can't see any NW/NE movement yet. Then again, it took me 20 minutes to see the center correctly.
Oh and by the way.......Polk County is getting drenched, it's thundering, lightning and windy here. It will rain, then the sun comes out, rain, the sun comes out...you know the drill.
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