By what time do you think we might have some degree of confidence in predicting what will happen to central Florida? Tomorrow (Thu.) evening?
Yes, once it begins to make that turn to the northeast, we will have a very good idea of where landfall will occur. That turn to the northeast is expected on Friday evening, so there is still some time to monitor it.
Just make mental preparations now. No need to get ready to evacuate. Things are looking good for Central Florida and right now all you can do is wait and see if it makes a drastic move (because a landfall in Central Florida would be pretty drastic as of right now). There's simply nothing else to do. Go about your business, but also keep in mind that there is a rather dangerous hurricane heading towards the pennisula and stay tuned to this website and the NHC.
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