Terra has the right idea. Just take a sheet of paper and right down the coordinates on each advisory. Graph paper works great. Do the math and you can see the smaller jogs this way and that way. Don't forget to watch the Advisories though. And don't get stuck on "the skinny black line". If you are in the "Cone", make sure that you are ready to leave as soon as your area is asked to leave.
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