I think this goes to show that we are underestimating the potential for redevelopment a bit, as well. Ernesto still has a lot of very warm water to cover before landfall, as it just came off the Cuban coastline. I think we may still have the potential for hurricane force winds in a small area in Florida, and that is why people should be preparing, and not shrugging this thing off.
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