Quote: Uh... that's EXACTLY what was said. A more ENE track wil result in a more south track than a NNE or NE track.
I wasn't questioning it, I just wasn't understanding it, and since I live at 26.8N 80.2W I am very interesting in where Wilma will eventually head. Already have 1/2 the shutters up. But 39 windows are a bit of work.
Ah, sorry for the confusion then. Well, look at it this way, if you've already got half of them up, you might as well put them all up. We don't know where Wilma will eventually head, and we won't know for a couple of days likely, but better to be safe than sorry.
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