I'm new at this, I am taking a Met class right now but so much of this is new to me. I just watched the news and the met's are all going back and forth about changes in the track. I live right on the coast in Seminole I'd love to know where this monster is going. If the high system gives way at all I assume we will see alot of winds and showers over here. True? I love this site and I have been a dedicated reader after 2004. I was awaiting Charley when I found it. You guys do a great job. Love the info. Thanks
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