I don't know what to think right now, although I think alot of people feel that way. Atleast the models are becoming more consistant and in much more agreement today of Ernesto's possible path and bringing the track right up the western center of Florida. Also, looking at the satellite images, there appears to be some stronger upperlevel winds pushing west, which I believe will inhibit the system form moving any further east than the current path. I believe once it crosses Cuba and enters the Gulf Stream it will rapidly gain strength and continue in it's NW direction, with even a possible WNW track until it is picked up by the low pressure system and pulled across/up the Florida peninsula. Thats just what I think could potentially happen. Nobody knows that Ernesto will do I don't think until is passes over Cuba, so until then it's pretty much a waiting game for southern Florida.
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