Actually, on WV loops it looks as though it's being tugged north, with a system from TX merging with the system in midwest that looks to be moving a little bit slower and further north. If that's the front/trough whatever it is that is supposed to pull Wilma to the SE, we have to wait and see just how far south it actually gets into GOM before we can say for sure that she will stay further south. If Wilma EVER begins to move...and it looks like she is trying to...then we can look at all the dynamics and make an educated guesstimate of where she will eventually end up in Florida. Hopefully, that will happen sometime TODAY, so that we all don't lose our sanity...or what's LEFT of it, LOL!
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