wxwatcher2 I agree with you ... I don't think it's going to sit off the east coast of FL, my point is that I think it has been moving faster than the models or the NHC forecasted during the evening hours.... and I think there will ulitmately be a direct corrolation between forward speed and when it makes its second landfall... slow speed = eastern panhandle and points east, faster speed = AL/western panhandle.... remains to be seen what she has in mind for later on tonight relative to speed....
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