Good link, thanks....from looking at those two fronts, I am thinking you are talking about the 2nd one being the one that's currently over LA/TX that will steer Wilma? Looks like the cold front is just north of TB with a stationary front on it's tail. Is that what you are seeing? Here in Lakeland you can feel a part of the cold front...but I don't think it's all the way here though, because it will feel humid one minute and then a little bit of a cool breeze follows. However, the humidity is definitely a little bit lower than what it was two hours ago. It also looks like the storm is going a little NNE than NE. Of course, those could be wobbles or changes in the eyewall. Just my own observations, right or wrong.
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