Quote: Very simple Forcast the longer its over Land the more south it goes. With this in mind i have not seen much movement lets hope it stays that way for awhile.
"THE LONGER THAT WILMA REMAINS NEARLY STATIONARY...THE CHANCES BECOME GREATER FOR A MORE EAST-NORTHEASTERLY TRACK AS INDICATED BY SOME GUIDANCE. " This is partial quote from 5am NHC discussion. How does your comment square with this?
Uh... that's EXACTLY what was said. A more ENE track wil result in a more south track than a NNE or NE track.
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