remember..tracks are not from advisory to advisory..they go for 12 hours..which is why we are still looking west...the storm is wobbling, or better yet, what is often called a stair pattern..it wobbles due north, then due west, Hurricane Dennis did this, that is why it made landfall at Navarre fl. It was on a north wobble, if it had been west, it would have been closer to Mobile..but this is a definate change in direction, slightly north of the NHC path..and with 2 days to go, it could have a significant impact on landfall, especially if it slows down..I'm still focused on Galvaston to Port Arthur as landfall, with whoever is 20-40 miles east of landfall taking one he** of a beating!
-------------------- Erin 95 , Opal 95, Ivan 04, Dennis 05, and that's enough!!!!
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