well okane, one positive. the longer it keeps the northerly course, the less likely it will ever bother you. should it get north of cuba you're probably out of harm's way. news i've seen on isidore says that only two people perished in the storm.. your government must be very good about warning its citizens. and by the way, estoy deseando que mi español estaré tan bueno como tu ingles. probably botched the grammar.. heh. i'm learning.
some of the 00z model runs are out.. avn takes lili across the keys and south of the panhandle by 120hr. cmc still takes it to the yucatan. nogaps and ukmet arent done.. gfdl is still near cuba and strong.. over towards louisiana by the middle of next week.
recon is just about there. nnw course holds for much longer and this thing is going into gitmo tomorrow night.
lets not forget kyle. globals are trending to turning the storm east and out.. but not sure why it would do that under such a ridge. of course lili isnt making sense.. why should kyle?
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