Good question...I think it's all going to be a matter of timing...one thing I did notice was that the area to the west of Wilma seems to be getting pushed back, which is allowing the outflow from Wilma to expand. And it does appear as if she is just about to exit the peninsula. Hmmm...what if this whole thing reverses, and the northerly movement is faster than they are thinking and the move to the NE is slower? Now, there's a stumper for ya.
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